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"Little Casper, what did you have to experience?" - Animal shelter is looking for a home for a small dog


Casper was abandoned or deported and ended up in the Nuremberg animal shelter. A new home is now being sought for the dog.

Casper was abandoned or deported and ended up in the Nuremberg animal shelter.

A new home is now being sought for the dog.

Nuremberg - "Exposed or deported - with just five months.

Little Casper, what did you just have to experience?” Asks the Nuremberg animal shelter in a Facebook post.




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6 months



At the shelter since

February 27, 2023

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"Fought for his life with the help of his teeth": Dog Casper ends up in the animal shelter in Nuremberg

Nurse Tina reports in the post that Casper was allegedly found on February 25 at Aufseßplatz in Nuremberg.

He was probably bought as a family dog, which probably didn't work out as desired.

"When the little man came to the shelter, he showed us very clearly what he thinks of strangers and fought for his life with the help of his teeth that no stranger would come near him," the post continues .

The nurse then took him home to be cared for.

The four-legged friend now lives well with dogs and cats.

Ideally, a sovereign first dog already lives in Casper's new home.

But this is not a condition.

“Casper is almost housebroken and getting better at driving in the car every day.

Staying alone has to be practiced further, ”it says.

"Can also be snotty" - Who gives the dog Casper a new home?

The small dog should live in the countryside or on the outskirts of town, as too many environmental stimuli overwhelm him.

Addressing a possible new family, the shelter writes on Facebook: "Please be aware that Casper will not greet you with a tail wag at first, as he barks at strangers due to his past.

Especially with men he is very insecure.

You should know that you are not harassing him, he would also bite out of fear."

Happy ending: These dogs found a new home

Happy ending: These dogs found a new home

Casper requires a clear, consistent and loving upbringing.

Children should be manageable, according to the animal shelter.

Previous experience in this area had been good.

"He's looking for owners who will show him that not everyone is evil and give him a forever home."

"It's nice that you exist": Admiration for Nuremberg animal shelter

"Nice to have you.

Thank you for your love and work," says a woman in the comments, warm words for the shelter.

“Stories like this break my heart.

Unfortunately, not everyone can be accommodated.

I wish the little man a loving home,” writes another person.

The Facebook post has already been shared over 250 times.

Many wish the four-legged friend a nice, new home - like with dog grandpa Jack, who found a family at the age of 16.

Balu, who came to the shelter from a bad attitude, is also hoping for a new home.


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Source: merkur

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