Gorgeous shepherd returned

Gorgeous shepherd returned to shelter 1 year after adoption

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A gorgeous German shepherd, adopted from the Carson Animal Services facility in 2015, was returned to the same shelter facility a year later. The dog, named “Glenda,” was adopted as a pup when she was just six months of age.

Earlier this week, the Saving Carson Shelter Dogs Facebook page explained,

In June 2015 she was 6 months old and had a beautiful life ahead of her is the right family would come along and adopt her… It’s September 2016 and she barely resembles that sweet, innocent baby and we almost thought it was a much older dog. She still has the most loving heart and she deserves another chance. Please SHARE for her life, she is VERY special and a FOSTER or ADOPTER would save her.

The people who originally adopted this lovely shepherd told the facility that she was no longer able to stay with them because they were unable to “afford” her care. They also indicated that she had been living as an outdoor dog.

Glenda needs to be taken in by a reputable rescue agency, or adopted to a German shepherd savvy home where she will be provided with the care, and training, that she needs. Please help Glenda find a home or rescuer by taking a moment to network her adoption information.

  • Petharbor link here
  • GLENDA – ID#A4843499
  • Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566
    Ask for information about animal ID number A4843499
  • Facebook thread here
  • All inquiries about this beautiful shepherd must be made to the shelter facility

Carson Shelter, Gardena, California
216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California
310.523.9566, M-TH 12pm – 7pm, F-SU – 10am – 5pm

Even with all the sadness in the shelter, when you meet this little beauty, you have to smile. She is 6 months and she is adorable. Please SHARE this special girl, a FOSTER or Adopter woudl save her life. Thanks!#A4843499 I'm an approximately 6 month old female germ shepherd. I am not yet spayed. I have been at the Carson Animal Care Center since June 15, 2015. I will be available on June 19, 2015. You can visit me at my temporary home at C210.http://www.petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=LACO1.A4843499Carson Shelter, Gardena, California216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California310.523.9566, M-TH 12pm – 7pm, F-SU – 10am- 5PHOTO THREAD https://www.facebook.com/171850219654287/photos/a.172032662969376.1073741830.171850219654287/441619686010671/?type=3&theater

Posted by Saving Carson Shelter Dogs on Monday, June 15, 2015

12 replies
  1. Barkley's Mom says:

    And what is wrong with her that they can no longer “afford” her care? You don’t get a dog to have them live as an “outside” dog to begin with. German Shepherds are family dogs and need companionship! I hope Glenda finds her way out of there and gets the home she deserves.

    • Dawn DaRocha says:

      I am offering to take the GSD puppy asap. I have a GSD and am very familiar with the breed. I have fenced in yard. Problem is your I’m California and I’m in Rhode Island. I also have the means to provide Glenda with the best bet care. Your organization will have to pay to ship her to me. I am very willing to take her and give her a wonderful life ful of love and ? thank you DAWN

  2. D says:

    If you can help me I will do everything possible to get her to New England, either to a safe sanctuary or I will adopt as I am a very experienced GSD owner/handler. I am in the car and multitasking at the moment for the horror you reported on earlier in LA. Generating social media support and gathering resources. I would be most appreciative of any help. I am nt on FB only Twitter & WordPress.

  3. agrippamom says:

    Damn them straight to hell. You do NOT adopt a dog to keep that dog outdoors!!!! What the hell is wrong with people? I wish the shelter would charge them with animal cruelty for failure to provide the proper care and vetting………

  4. Ruth Sunday says:

    Acquiring a dog is similar to having a child. YOU MUST ADULT. Part of the decision is figuring out who will take them IF… I just acquired a beautiful approx. 3 year old GSD. First I fostered and we decided to keep him when my first Cancer Screening after three rounds of chemo showed that chemo was working. Before we finalized, we checked to make sure our big hairy baby would have a good home if he outlives us, or we are unable physically to care for him. Absolutely a necessity.

  5. Susan Bigley says:

    I have a 3 year old male shepherd. I’ve had two before him. If she’s good with other dogs, I’d love to adopt her. I’ve been with the SPCA for 5 years and several rescues if yu need references. I live in NC. Let me know please. Thank you, Susan

  6. Alice Paulsen says:

    ANYONE who is interested in adopting this beautiful dog PLEASE act Fast! Contact the shelter first to see what they require. Then put a hold on this sweetheart. HERE is a link for some resources to possibly have a rescue pull him for you if need be AND some possible transports of him to your area…………POSSIBLE TRANSPORTATION TO YOU – FREE – :








    Kindred Hearts Transports (https://www.facebook.com/groups/kindredheartsTC/) will transport all over the Unites States for > FREE!!! < You can also find other transports on your states’ Facebook page, just put “transport” at the end of it. For example, I live in PA so I would search for “Pennsylvania Transport” in the search box on Facebook. These pages are filled with people and organizations dedicated to moving and transporting animals to safety and given a second chance in life. ***PLEASE BE CAUTIONED, WARNED, AND PROCEED WITH CAUTION IF GOING WITH TRANSPORTS!!!! DO YOUR RESEARCH BEFORE HAND!!! It’s sad that we even have to say this, but there are people out there who don’t have these animals’ best interests at heart and can and will take, sell, giveaway, hurt, fight, torture and/or much more. So PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH on all rescues, shelters, organizations, and transports BEFORE putting the animal in that situation.*** With that being said, anyone who may need assistance in finding rescues in you're area, here is an extensive list by state. If you notice a rescue you're familiar with is not listed, please contact the administrators of the page to request it to be added to the list.



    Please contact these animal rescue groups for more information. They are FREE or LOW-COST:

    Under Description: “Delta Animal Rescue Transport” is a group of primarily active and retired Delta Air Lines employees that transport rescued animals to their furever home. This is a completely volunteer service and is completed in the employees’ free time. We are NOT paid for our transport services!!……..
    Please provide us with the following information when requesting transport.

    From (city) to (city)
    Date transport needed
    Animal name, age, breed, weight
    Name of Rescue


    Two groups that are nationwide:

    Paws Without Borders is America's FIRST professional cross country pet transport company specializing in both rescue and private transport with over 10,000 passengers to date. Why would you trust anyone else? Book with PWB Transport today!
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  7. Beth says:

    What has happened to Glenda – her facebook page is gone and there is NO updated! Did she make it out or was she PTS? Thank you!!!

    • Barkley's Mom says:

      According to the “Saving Carson Shelter Dogs” Facebook page, Glenda was “ADOPTED – moved to SAFE Album 10/12′. Thank God!


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