Since early Summer, a beautiful dog has been overlooked and ignored at an animal control agency in California. The six-year-old dog, named “Emilia,” has been held at the Agoura Animal Care Center since June 28.
According to the shelter, Emilia is a spayed German shepherd (though she appears to possibly be a Belgian Malinois mix). Four days ago, the Facebook page, Senior Pets for Senior People, wrote:
Enchanting EMILIA (A4966941) is a beautiful 6 yo German shepherd girl who is frightened in her kennel but soon as the door opens her barking stops and her true personality comes out – which is so very sweet and loving. Emilia may be shy but she approaches the volunteers on her own to get affection, and she will need someone willing to take it slow and give her the time, love and tenderness she needs to truly blossom.
Emilia is said to be a smart girl who learns quickly, especially if treats are involved. Please help Emilia have her chance to join a family, instead of being the dog who is ignored and overlooked everyday.
- Petharbor link here
- EMILIA – ID#A4966941
- Los Angeles County Animal Control – Agoura at (818) 991-0071
Ask for information about animal ID number A4966941
- Facebook thread here
- All inquiries, including those about temperament, health and availability, must be made directly to the animal control agency.