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simba
Was euthanized on Mar 11, 2019
simba
Breed:
Terrier (mix breed)
Age: Adult
Gender: Male
Size: Large
Additional : hasshots
About simba: **** TO BE KILLED - 3/12/2019 **** SIMBA may have been stripped of everything from his home and family to his doggy bed and very favorite squeaky toy, but one thing they couldn't take from this boy is his looks. <3 Behold the magnificent beauty of our hunky boy Simba. A young, absolutely darling boy of 73 lbs. His face alone belongs on Doggie GQ. His rich and velvety golden honey coat perfectly compliments his jeweled shiny eyes, and that mocha nose of his is just scrumptious. Simba was brought to the shelter without any prior history, and he is oh so terrified. He warms up to those he gets to know. So many wonderful dogs have the same frightened emotions, though once safe, re-bloom into the true loving, loyal and remarkable doggie they really are; which will be the case with Simba. Surely Simba was loved once, though now alone and petrified of his fate, It's so easy to fall head over heels for this fella. Time is not on his side. The shelter has him lined up to be destroyed. Please message this page if you would like to foster or adopt him. SIMBA@MANHATTAN ACC Hello, my name is Simba My animal id is #56266 I am a male brown dog at the Manhattan Animal Care Center The shelter thinks I am about 4 years old, 73 lbs Came into shelter as a agency Mar. 4, 2019 Simba is for new hope partners only Simba is at risk, new hope only determination, for behavioral reasons. Simba has remained very fearful at the care center and exhibited distance increasing behaviors, allowing for only minimal handling. Simba would be best suited for placement with a new hope rescue partner that can provide the necessary behavior modification and reward based training. Medically, Simba seems healthy.

***New York Animal Care & Control takes in 8,400 dogs a year and about 1,700 of them are killed. The listings on this site are maintained by volunteers, not shelter staff. This dog's status can change at any time. Adopters and fosters save lives! Act quickly if you can help. When inquiring about a specific dog, be sure to reference the dog's ID number.

For information on adopting and rescuing from NYCACC visit their website https://www.nycacc.org/