During her short life, Judy appears to have been neglected, used recently for breeding and then thrown away like yesterday’s trash. Brought to the Carson Animal Care Center in California on July 17, the three-year-old German shepherd paces back and forth as if so confused as to her situation or possibly missing her puppies. The shelter is completely full, and on July 21, when Judy becomes available for adoption, her life could then hang just by a thread.
“The confusion on her sweet face is heartbreaking,” stated one of the frequent volunteers at the shelter.
Click here for Judy’s Pet Harbor listing. ID#A4973186. “I am described as a female, brown and tan German Shepherd Dog mix. The shelter thinks I am about 3 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 17, 2016.” For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566. A Facebook page for Judy can be found here. A short video can be seen by clicking here.
On Wednesday morning, a new video tragically shows how Judy has shut down and seems to be giving up all hope. Comments below her latest video echo Judy’s sadness:
Saving Carson Dogs: “She is broken, shut down and depressed. She was out in the play area getting some attention, but once she was back in her kennel she shut down again. She was used for breeding over and over and now she is missing those babies, you can see it in her eyes…”
Please share Judy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Tragically the summer months are the busiest times for animal shelters. Sharing saves lives; Judy deserves better than this.
(Photo courtesy of Saving Carson Dogs)