Memphis lost his home when his owner moved to an apartment. Today he is living at the Collin County Animal Shelter in McKinney, but he’d much rather be playing fetch in a fenced backyard or going on walks with an active, new owner.
With trusting brown eyes and a sleek, no-fuss coat, Memphis is a mature young man between 4 and 5 years old. He is already neutered and will not grow any larger. “He is very sweet, and he loves to play,” said Lisa Drummonds, shelter spokesperson. “This guy really needs a new home!”
Collin County Animal Shelter is a stray-hold facility. All strays are held five days to give owners time to locate and reclaim a lost pet. After that, the animals are available to rescue organizations or individual adopters. Currently, the shelter is housing many animals that need loving, responsible families. If Memphis isn’t right for you, visit the facility at 4750 Community in McKinney to meet more dogs awaiting forever homes. If you have questions or need more information, call 972-547-7292.