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In shelter Dog

Dallas, TX, 75218
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
(Dallas, Texas) This is King, and its what Angie (an 81-year-old, small lady with an iron-willed kind heart) does every day! She packs food, medicine, and other needed materials and goes to economically destitute areas in West Dallas to care for the neglected dogs and cats. Along the way, she rescues the ones in the worst situation.

Angies been feeding King and was the only human visiting him. We couldnt hide how heartbroken we were seeing King carrying his bowl and panting

alone in the heat.
Toward the end of this brutal summer, Angie rescued King (4 y) living on an abandoned lot in a cage from the heat, dirt, boredom, and loneliness.

Without a foster, we have to board King with a trainer, and he now loves loves the attention (& treats, of course) he receives during every training session. Also, we think this guy really LOVES WOMEN. The way he smiles and has sparkles in his eyes when a female volunteer first went to visit him, WOW!

We would certainly love for King to have a chance to live in a house. Please let us know if you would like to foster this woman-loving guy. Thank you so much.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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