Status: 21/09/2023, 20:56 p.m.
By: Katarina Amtmann
Sammy's life so far has not been easy. The Nuremberg animal shelter is now looking for a nice home for the nine-month-old animal.
Nuremberg - The Nuremberg Animal Shelter is looking for a home for dog Sammy. He got there via a seizure, according to a Facebook post.
"His life so far has not been easy" - dog Sammy ends up in the Nuremberg animal shelter
"His life so far has not been easy," the shelter writes to several photos of Sammy. He was kept in a cage on the balcony and probably not treated very well. "In the beginning, he was quite anxious and snapped out of fear." In the meantime, however, this has already become much better.
Sammy is totally sweet and cuddly with people he likes. The shelter describes him as a "bright guy". Nevertheless, he is still anxious in some situations, so it could be that he then snaps.
Dog Sammy is looking for a new home. © Nuremberg Animal Shelter
"He hasn't met much in his life so far," the shelter said. The nine-month-old male also needs a lot of training. Depending on his sympathy, he gets along relatively well with other dogs, but Sammy is often still insecure.
By the way: Our Nuremberg newsletter informs you regularly about all the important stories from Middle Franconia and the Franconian metropolis. Sign up here.
"For heaven's sake": Facebook followers of the Nuremberg animal shelter are horrified
In the comments under the shelter's Facebook post, followers are horrified: "For God's sake. How did you come up with the idea of keeping a dog in a cage on the balcony??" Another woman wrote: "How heartless can you be? Only humans can do that." Many keep their fingers crossed that the animal will soon find a nice home.
Wheel loader overlooks motorcyclist: Biker can no longer brake and dies in accident
Man from Fürth had disappeared for days: police find dead in the Pegnitz
"Rail travel just bucks": Deutsche Bahn shares curious video from Zug – and Gandalf comments
Hail, heavy rain and gusts of wind: Storm cell hits parts of Bavaria
Killed with two shots in 2001: Nuremberg names Park after NSU victim Abdurrahim Özüdoǧru
Fancy a voyage of discovery?
For dog Sammy, exactly this home is now sought in a "low-stimulus environment", i.e. on the outskirts of the city or in the countryside - without small children and with people who understand him and give him the time he needs. In addition to Sammy, numerous other animals are waiting for a new home, for example dog grandma Gimich or Alfi. If you would like to give one of the animals a home, you can fill out the shelter's contact form. (came)
You can always read all the news from Nuremberg and the surrounding area as well as from all over Bavaria with us. News and stories from Bavaria can now also be found on our Facebook page Merkur Bayern.