One way or another, a dog gets out of the shelter. Within days, sometimes hours, of arrival every dog is given an exit date - the all-important day when a dog can be put down….Along the way, that date can change. Depending on a slew of other numbers and letters. Like how many people have shown interest in a dog. Or, how a dog fares in a series of tests. Trouble is, a dog can fail for so many reasons that are actually developed within shelter walls. If your dog is old or an undesirable breed, you can expect him to be euthanized…Any sort of bully breed dog has very little chance of being adopted. Black dogs are 50 percent less likely to be adopted. And age? It's not a dog's best friend. A dog's likelihood of leaving a shelter
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