Canine Who Waited 500 Days To Get Adopted Will get Returned One Week After Discovering A Residence

A 3-year-old American Pit Bull named Drogo stayed at a shelter for 500 days earlier than getting adopted, solely to be returned one week later, the Austin Animal Middle shares.

In a Tiktok video, a volunteer for the Texas-based shelter (@goodboygonehome on TikTok) mentioned “we’re all crushed that Drogo was returned to the shelter so rapidly.”

“He’s devastated. It’s not honest,” the volunteer added.

Within the aforementioned video, the shelter volunteer additionally wrote, “Shelter canines want time to regulate to a brand new residence [but] Drogo didn’t even get the prospect.”

“Now he’s again on the shelter once more ready for his actual without end household,” they continued.

One person requested why Drogo was returned, which the volunteer answered with, “they mentioned they wished a canine that was “extra malleable” don’t even get me began :(“

In a separate video, the volunteer shared now that Drogo is again on the shelter, the pooch is wired by the continuous barking.

Kelsey Cler from Austin Animal Middle additionally informed Newsweek, “He appears bummed to be again on the shelter. There hasn’t been any curiosity.”

The Austin Animal Shelter revealed that Drogo was one among their longest stray canines, arriving on the shelter in March 2022.

Newsweek reported that the canine got here within the shelter after his proprietor was evicted and by no means got here to assert the pooch again.

Even earlier than getting adopted in July, the Austin Animal Middle has continued to advocate for Drogo. In a put up again in January, the shelter shared, “This affectionate two-year-old boy has been ready patiently for his without end residence.” with a sequence of images.

A volunteer on the shelter additionally described Drogo as “tremendous pleasant with individuals” and that he “at all times appears to be so completely satisfied although he’s been on the shelter for what looks as if some time.”

On his adoption page, you’ll see all the things you must learn about this pooch and what makes him the proper four-legged buddy.

Amongst different issues, Drogo is knowledgeable cuddler, is house-trained, leash-trained and enjoys automobile rides!

Should you suppose Drogo makes for an ideal addition to your own home, you’ll be able to contact the Austin Animal Center to undertake or foster him with no adoption charge!