Adoptable 5-year-old Lab faces death because shelters are full

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Jazzy is everything good you hear about Labrador retrievers; her kindness even shows in her eyes. Tragically this five-year-old extremely adoptable dog faces euthanasia because the shelters are full, and there’s just no room to accommodate all of the dogs being surrendered, abandoned or mistreated. Jazzy the lab

On Saturday, July 30, Jazzy will be available for adoption through the San Bernardino City Shelter. Click here for her Pet Harbor listing. ID#A496219. “I am a female, black Labrador Retriever. Shelter staff think I am about 5 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 24, 2016.” For more information about this animal, call San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304.

Facebook pages for Jazzy can be found here or here. Please share Jazzy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Volunteers at the shelter do all they can to help every dog find their future, but your help is needed. Sharing saves lives. Come to the shelter and meet Jazzy – find out by interacting with this beautiful dog to see if she can become a part of your family. Don’t shop for your next canine companion – ADOPT.

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8 replies
  1. mongibello says:

    From the Facebook page: a lady is going in to meet her on Saturday morning. Fingers crossed. Jazzy is beautiful with her grey muzzle and just may be older than the stated five years.

  2. Peter S. Mulshine says:

    I love labs like her 7 have had a few all from friends who passed or death row shelters I’m in NW NJ would love to take her in wish she was closer,,

    • susana canon says:

      If Peter you can get a rescue to pull her thr are many transports available including Pilots for paws..plz try to save her from that San Bernadino killing feitl


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