San Clemente, CA – Can you hear the deafening silence? Azul’s rescuer can.
Months ago she answered the cries for help – cries from so many people who were beside themselves with worry over a gorgeous dog named Azul.
Azul was saved just moments before he was scheduled to be put to death. The photo captured of him curled up in fear touched so many…
But now that he is safe – now that he has been rescued, vetted and put through training…silence.
Lauren Jackson, with A Wish for Animals, has exhausted all of her resources.
When she reached out to the many people who begged her to save Azul’s life, she was met with silence…
Lauren has this to share about her beloved foster dog,
He is house broken, crate and leash trained, neutered, and UPD on shots. His passions are PLAY, going for walks (he loves to jump into the bushes looking for critters but never catching one!) and getting as many giant hugs as possible! He is an active dog so would do best as your only pet but he could do well with a female. He goes on walks with my other 2 pitties who live with me and is happy every minute!
She does have a warning however – beware if you meet Azul – you will instantly fall in love.
Can you help ease the silence? Can you make some noise for Azul and for the rescue that is responsible for giving him the gift of life?
Please, I implore you – network these “safe” dogs as heartily as you do the death row dogs.
Azul was at death’s door too – another dog is right now. If Azul finds a home, a spot will open up and Lauren can provide another priceless gift.
The gift of life.
Interested in this gorgeous boy? Email [email protected]ishforanimals.org
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