Homeless dog who donated blood to save other dogs now needs help to save his own life

 He is a heroic dog. He donated blood to the animal emergency centre to save another dog's life, and now he needs help to save his own.

Those who are sympathetic, friendly, and offer assistance to others in need deserve to be helped in turn. However, this is not limited to humans; animals might be extremely helpful one minute then require assistance the next.

This is the case of Stanford, a Rhodesian Ridgeback dog that was rescued and spent four months at the Smith County Animal Shelter in Texas, in the southern United States.

Throughout his time at this shelter, he has been a supportive dog, having even donated blood to another hairy dog in order for it to survive. Despite his past, no one has expressed interest in adopting this two and a half-year-old.

"He's a hero dog." "He donated blood to the animal emergency centre to save another dog's life," county animal shelter supervisor Amber Greene told WFAA.

Because he donated blood, this dog was eligible for free immunisations until the age of eight years. Nonetheless, none of these have been attractive enough to earn her a seat in his home.

However, it is not just the time he spends in there without a family; according to the laws, even the furry one faces the threat of being killed if a home is not found for him soon.

"The only way for them to get out is by being adopted , moved or killed ," he said.

It would be a big shame if something happened to the furry, who has already made enough sacrifices for his community. "It is not something any of us want to do. We'd rather take them home or go out and rescue them," Greene said.

These shelters must somehow make room for other dogs to enter, putting Stanford's life in danger. 

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