Gorgeous, terrified young Husky desperate for rescue agency

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A handsome young Husky, just two years of age, is urgently in need of a knowledgeable, reputable rescue agency to take him in. The dog, ID#A4969743, is not doing well at the Los Angeles County Animal Services – Lancaster – facility in California.

A photo was captured of the young dog inside of his kennel run – the dog appears to be hiding beneath is bed…trying to shut out the chaos, sound and fear which surrounds him. Getting through to the animal services facility on a Sunday afternoon is difficult, if not impossible – notes on this dog’s social media thread indicate that he has failed the food aggression portion of his temperament test and he is labeled as “rescue only” as a result.

Dogs deemed aggressive, even if they are reacting out of sheer terror because of their current situation, are in grave danger of being put down. Please take a moment to network this frightened dog’s information and help his adoption profile make its way to a reputable rescue agency which may be able to help

  • Petharbor link here
  • Los Angeles County Animal Control – Lancaster at (661) 940-4191
    Ask for information about animal ID number A4969743
  • Facebook thread here
  • Please direct ALL inquiries about this dog, including those about availability and temperament, directly to the animal services facility.

(Photo via Facebook)


12 replies
  1. virginia green says:

    the dogs are 4 legged kids wearing fur.so the dog is depress and donot feel love or want to life on.help him out.he is that way because they donot feel safe and loved.hope you find a place for him soon.

  2. Michelle says:

    The Facebook link is not highlighted, so it can’t be used.

    Thank you for highlighting this precious furbaby.

    • Eileen Beaulieu says:

      There are several transport groups who I’m sure would be willing free of charge to transport the husky to you. One group is Kindred Hearts Transport Connection (KHTC), they have a Facebook page but there are many others out there as well.

  3. Roni says:

    Your awesome Liz. Hopefully you can get through to them. Remember, as I’m. sure you already know, they are not children and they respond differently. He’ll do far better when he is in an environment that gives him a secure PACK feel. Shelters won’t. God bless you. Please post if you are able to get him


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