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Australians gather behind Boston American bulldog cross staff after the photo of him has been shared with the pound

“Let’s find this puppy a loving family!” Australians gather behind little Boston bulldog after a heartbreaking photo of him left on the pound was shared online

  • Australians gather behind Boston, the American bulldog cross staff
  • The 10-month-old was ‘dumped’ on the pound by his owners earlier this year
  • Heartbreaking image shows him sitting alone in the corner of the pound
  • The puppy is now waiting for a willing new owner to include him in their lives

Nice Australians gather behind Boston, the American bulldog, crosses staff in an attempt to find him a loving home after being dumped on the pound by his owners.

Pound Patrol, a dog rescue charity in Sydney, shared a heartbreaking photo on Facebook of the 10-month-old puppy sitting alone in the pound’s corner at the Animal Care Facility in Campbelltown.

“It was mainly a boy who left me in tears. He’s broken. Completely devastated because his owners dumped him there, ”said a Pound Patrol rescue worker.

“He’s a baby. Only 10 months old and absolutely heart broken. Why buy a dog when you are going to dump it in the pound? My mission today is to give this beautiful Bubba a home. Where he will be loved and never be abandoned. ‘

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Australians gather behind Boston, the American bulldog, cross staff in an attempt to find him a loving home after a heartbreaking image of him emerged on the pound from his owners

Australians gather behind Boston, the American bulldog crosses staff in an attempt to find him a loving home after a heartbreaking image of him pounded up by his owners

The facility has since been bombarded with ‘many phone calls’, but hasn’t found him a suitable home yet.

“Look at him, he is absolutely beautiful. Please go to this amazing pound and meet Boston and all the other dogs waiting for their eternal homes. The staff there are very helpful and love the dogs as much as we do, ‘said Pound Patrol.

Thousands of people were brought to tears, and many confirmed they had been in contact with the pound to go to little Boston.

‘My heart hurts. Please give someone a loving home to this boy soon, “said one woman.

A second said, “We saw Boston this afternoon, he’s a sweet dog just looking for someone to take him home, he looks so hurt mentally even though he’s getting dumped. He looked so sad and hurt. I hope he finds one forever with a loving family. ‘

A third said, “The beauty of dogs is that he recovers once he finds a loving home. He needs time, but I’m sure he will recover. ‘

And another said, “Poor baby. I am in tears st this photo. How can anyone make this happen. They don’t realize they’re breaking the heart they’re causing the animal. ‘

The 10-month-old puppy was 'dumped' on the pound by its owners in Campbelltown

The 10-month-old puppy was 'dumped' on the pound by its owners in Campbelltown

Little Boston gets treats while he waits for an owner to adopt him

Little Boston gets treats while he waits for an owner to adopt him

The 10-month-old puppy was ‘dumped’ on the pound by its owners in Campbelltown

Other pet owners shared heartwarming stories of how they adopted their puppies from a pound.

“I took my boy out of the Campbelltown pound a year ago, he looked devastated now that he’s the best size and loves everything and everyone,” said one man.

A woman said, “We adopted our dog, born in the pound, and he was three when we took him home. Most loyal and sweet dog. Needed to get rid of a few habits, but time has taken care of that. ‘

A second woman said, “He reminds me of my boy that I saved and who eventually became the best dog in the world. I hope he finds a home. ‘

The Campbelltown Animal Care Facility said Boston can only be relocated as an ‘only dog’ and without cats and children under the age of 12.

“Unfortunately, Boston did not get along well with other dogs at the facility, and his previous owner told us he can respond to other dogs,” he said.

Ideally, Boston will be relocated without children under the age of 12 and without cats because of its excited, boisterous nature and current lack of training.

Boston will need further training and socialization in his new home. We want him to be taken care of by an owner willing to work with Boston so that he can be the best boy for his new family. ‘

For more information, visit Campbelltown Animal Care Facility at Facebook.

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