Texas shelter picked worst name for mutt up for adoption

A high-kill Texas animal shelter named a stray dog that’s up for adoption “Covid” — angering animal advocates who said the moniker is “insulting” and would decrease the chances the pup has at getting adopted. 

The American Staffordshire and Terrier mix is up for adoption at the Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare pound in northwest Texas where about 20-25 percent of animals are regularly euthanized, data show. 

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