No means no. When an apartment owner says pets are not allowed it means you cannot have a pet. Seems simple, right? Somehow Apollo’s previous young owner misunderstood and when the landlord threatened to evict her because she had a dog she decided to give Apollo to a friend. Unfortunately that friend left Apollo outside in the heat tied with a rope and didn’t feed him enough. So Apollo’s previous owner picked him up and brought him home – but their reunion was short-lived. The landlord found out and again threatened to evict them. That’s when Apollo’s owner panicked and abandoned Apollo at AALOC. But after seeing our Facebook post about Apollo, his previous owner came back and officially surrendered him to us. She was so grateful that Apollo would be safe and well-cared for.
Apollo is a medium-sized dog, about 50 pounds. This black and brown male pit-bull mix has a heart of gold. He’s very friendly and although his ribs were clearly visible when he was relinquished to us we know with the proper nutrition and a veterinarian check-up he will be ready to find his forever home.
Please submit an application to adopt Apollo. Once your application is reviewed and approved we will contact you to make an appointment to visit us at AALOC to meet Apollo and get to know him a bit.