Dog giving up after being left behind

Dog giving up hope after sibling was adopted and she was left behind

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Update: Rescued!

A six-year-old dog at the Inland Valley Humane Society in Pomona, California, is giving up hope after her sibling was adopted, and she was left behind. The dog, ID# I1269895, urgently needs to leave the crowded facility.

On Thursday, a social media advocate wrote:



A video shows a hopefully wagging tail on this homeless dog – it is apparent that she desperately wants to be loved.

RESCUED She has not been with other dogs even with her brother probably because of their size or they weren't fixed but she is not reactive when the dogs are passing in front of her kennel. She is in front of some pits they they brought from a fight ring and they are a little crazy barking and jumping and she is quiet. He deserves an opportunity.Those kennels have been reaching their capacity. She is in danger.FELONYCane Corso / Bull Mastiff MixAge (approximate): 6 yearsSex FemaleColor BRNDL/WHTAvailable on:(Subject to change) March 31, 2017Rescue Date:(Subject to change) Apr 7, 2017Control Number: #I1269895The shelter does not disclose updates to me after the dogs are no longer in their care. Please contact them for any INFORMATION and/or UPDATES. Adoptions have to be made in person. Potential adopters have to bring their other dogs (if any) for a meet and greet. Im only a net-worker therefore, i do not have pulling rights. I name the dogs for my personal references, the shelter doesn't know those names so always make sure to ask for a dog by their control number not by their name to avoid confusion.INLAND VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETYPOMONA CA909 623-9777 THREAD

Posted by Dolores Menchaka on Thursday, April 6, 2017

Please take a moment to help save this dog’s life by sharing her adoption information.

Website link to her profile here. Facebook thread here.

909 623-9777

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36 replies
  1. Darla says:

    Heartbreaking. They have no idea why they’ve been dumped there and then to have their only friend taken away, it makes me cry.

    • Barbara says:

      What if someone pays for the adoption fee would the one’s that adopted the other dog take her too ? Just a thought..

      • Sherri says:

        This so breaks my heart! I live in Texas & am unable to care for a large dog. However, I will gladly pay the adoption fee if the person who adopted her sibling would please come back to get her. At the end of the day, each other was all these precious babies had for 6 years. Can u please contact whoever adopted her sibling to find out if they will take her if I pay the fees?

      • Christine says:

        Barbara I am working to see if I can get her rescued. I live in Illinois and my former coworkers live in California, I would take her in a heart beat if I could. Do you know if I can get someone to donate the adoption fees if I can get them to agree to go get her, she would be going to a luxury rescue and then pampered but they do everything through donations also. Just wondering.. and thank you for such a big heart and also wanting to save this baby


  2. Helen says:

    Poor baby. I have a male cane corso and I love him to pieces! I would take her if I can. Did the shelter contact Cane Corso Rescue? I know they accept cane corso mix and other mastiffs.

  3. Barkley's Mom says:

    This always breaks my heart. Why, if you can adopt one of them can’t you find it in your heart to take both. I hope this precious girl finds a loving home.

  4. Solveig Pettersson says:

    Please help this 2 babyes !!!! They deserves this ???????????????? any little dogs shall bee left on a shelter of they owners ???????????? Its heartnreiking and very cruel !!!! Shame in you ????????????????????

  5. John says:

    This has to be the Sick of the Sick. If this Person Adopted a Sibling They should have adopted the Female along with Her Sibling,

    • Marian Rosellini says:

      I absolutely agree I have a rescue dog and I. Also have the son daughter there is no way I could ever separate any of my dogs i would stave before I would let anything happen 2 my babies

  6. Nancy Raymond says:

    PLEASE – someone in Pomona CA please step up and adopt this beautiful dog – she will give unconditional love and you will never regret taking her. She is confused and scared – be an angel and give her a safe loving home.

  7. Roselyne CORNETTE says:

    J’ai un cane corso mâle, quel dommage que je sois en FRANCE, je l’aurais prise avec moi et mon loulou aurait pu l’aimer comme une soeur. S’il vous plaît, trouvez vite une vraie famille, se sont des chiens très sensibles, elle risque de se laisser mourir. ????

  8. Kathleen Drude says:

    She needs a forever home now too,but if you cant provide that try fostering at least she wont be where she is now! Its too bad that who ever adopted her brother or sister could not adopt her! How did they come to be there in the first place? But please someone step up and rescue this beautiful girl!

    • Nayomi says:

      The information is posted at the top of this post. The number to the shelter according to this post is 909-623-9777 🙂

  9. Nayomi says:

    I live in Illinois and would be willing to adopt her. I’m just not sure how I could get her here. I’m a teacher and the school year is almost over. There are so many animals needing homes where I’m from and I’m planning on adopting here this summer, but this story is so sad that I’m willing to make a road trip if no one in California can take her.

  10. ellen cottone says:

    And a recent or repeated mommy too. Maybe the other was not a sibling but a bonded breeding mate. very sad.
    i am hoping she gets the home and love she deserves.


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