A middle-aged German shepherd is at risk of being put down at the San Bernardino City Shelter in California. The dog’s name is not truly “Urgent,” (he is actually known as Bobo) but for the time being, his situation dictates that “Urgent” be the designated name.
Bobo became “urgent” as of October 15 – this seven-year-old shepherd is extraordinarily confused and scared inside of his kennel run. On October 15, the following words were shared on Facebook, along with a video, of Bobo:
Today BO BO was shivering in fear, nipped at adopter? He’s been through so much the past week! Bo Bo was surrendered by original owners, that kept tied outside , then adopted by adopter who did knows what? Hasn’t he been through enough? BoBo is neutered and on quarantine hold.”
Currently, Bobo is laying on the cement and shaking in fear…everything that Bobo once knew is gone. The faces and voices which were once familiar have disappeared – all he hears now are the barks and cries of other homeless dogs who are equally stressed, scared and confused.
Bobo could use the help of a rescue agency who can help him unwind and relax. An organization which can accurately evaluate him and determine what type of home he should join.
- Adopt-A-Pet Profile here
- PET ID# A388737 – BOBO/AGE: 7 years old
- San Bernardino City Animal Shelter
333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA
Telephone: (909) 384-1304
- All inquiries about this dog’s health, availability and temperament must be made to the facility directly