Blind dog surrendered to busy animal control

Blind dog surrendered to busy animal control agency

On November 6, a young, purebred, blind dog was surrendered to a busy animal control agency in Gardena, California. The three-year-old Doberman, named “Max,” is being held at the Carson Animal Services facility following the loss of his home and family.

Shortly after Max was surrendered, the Saving Carson Shelter Dogs Facebook uploaded a video of him, along with a few words about what has been observed of his personality:

We just met him but it seems like MAX may be BLIND. His owner left him today and he is pretty confused but he has the most gentle energy and the bets sense of smell! He needs help fast, he doesn’t know what’s happening or where he is.

Losing a home is stressful for any dog – being a blind dog makes the sad situation all the more stressful and confusion. Max did not ask to lose his family and Max certainly did not ask to be locked away in an unfamiliar kennel run…he has no control over his life and could use the help of strangers right now.

You can help Max find a new home, or a reputable rescue agency to take him in, by sharing his adoption information.

  • Petharbor link here
  • Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566
    Ask for information about animal ID number A5009575
  • Facebook thread here
  • Please direct ALL inquiries about this dog to the facility, including those about temperament and availability

National Dog News on Facebook here.

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