"Bronco has lost everything": Animal shelter is looking for a home for herding dog with an emotional call
Created: 2022-12-25 04:58
By: Katarina Amtmann
Dog Bronco is still looking for a home.
© Nuremberg Animal Shelter
Bronco was left alone by his owner.
The dog with special abilities is waiting for a new home at the animal shelter in Nuremberg.
Nuremberg - "Bronco has lost everything -
but he has regained his joie de vivre,” wrote the animal shelter in Nuremberg on December 17 for several photos of the dog.
Old German Sheepdog Mix
At the shelter since
February 20, 2022
Animal shelter Nuremberg: The owner did not pick up the dog Bronco anymore
Bronco ended up as a found dog in the animal shelter "and his owner just left him here and didn't pick him up anymore," the animal rights activists continue to report.
At first, Bronco was skeptical and needed time to get to know each other.
Then he was very nice with his reference persons.
Animal shelter Nuremberg: Dog Bronco likes to be “single prince”
Bronco likes cats, with other dogs sympathy decides.
"At home, however, he would rather be a single prince without other dogs, because he is also a bit jealous of food," the animal shelter continues.
Children should not live in the new home.
Unfortunately Bronco didn't learn to stay alone.
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Nuremberg animal shelter is looking for a home for herding dog Bronco
"Bronco can open doors and is a true climber - he takes every opportunity as soon as crossbars are there to climb over any fence, no matter how high," the animal rights activists write about the dog.
Unfortunately, Bronco has a food allergy and is currently receiving special food.
"Who will give him a home and the security of not losing everything - forever?
Get in touch!” was the call.
If you are interested, please fill out the interest form.
"Good luck and the most beautiful place on earth," wishes a woman in the comments.
The post has already received over 300 reactions and been shared over 160 times.
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At the age of 16 he found a new home.
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