Owner Dragged Heartbroken Dog Into Shelter While He Begged Not To Be Surrendered

The viral photo is a heartbreaking one indeed and our hearts go out to the dog in this picture, as it is abundantly clear that the pup does not wish to go into the building that they are being taken to. The dog seems to have an innate sense where they are being brought to and this animal shelter is no place for such a vibrant creature.

Christina Dickson is a volunteer at this shelter and she was beside herself when she saw the scene that was unfolding in front of her. Tito the dog did not deserve this fate and according to his former family, he was unable to get along with their other dog and had to leave the home as a result.

We cannot imagine what it is like to be dumped in such a heartless manner by someone that you truly love and this is not a fate that we would wish on any living creature, let alone a dog as cute as Tito. While they claimed to have a reason for their actions, the true method behind this madness is a mystery to us.

Tito’s future has been thrown into doubt as a result of this family’s selfish and heartless actions. If no one is willing to step up to the plate and claim him as soon as possible, he will eventually be put down and this is not a fate that any animal should be forced to suffer.

He’s an American bulldog who has never been altered in any way, a sweet dog who loves people and he is just two years old. If you would like to get to know Tito a little bit better, please be sure to check this video and pass it along to your closest friends and family members.

We do not know what possesses people to treat animals this way and we are unsure why someone would obtain a pet, only to give up on them at the first sign of trouble. This story needs to be shared with a wider audience, so that awareness can be raised about instances such as these.

Please call 305.884.1101 for more information, Tito’s identification number is ID#A1878910.

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