A friendly two-year-old shepherd mix, dubbed “Harold” has been sitting at the Victor Valley Animal Protective League in Apple Valley, California, since December. Harold has been adopted twice, and twice, through no fault of his own, he has lost his home.
A woman who volunteers her time photographing the homeless dogs at the shelter is concerned about Harold and she reached out to the Pet Rescue Report on Monday to see if the homeless pup could get a helping hand. The woman described Harold’s predicament:
A sweet boy that has been at the shelter since December. He’s been adopted twice. First time returned, second time was found wandering the streets and returned to shelter.
Harold enjoys the company of dogs who are his size – he is already neutered and ready for his new (committed!) family. Please help Harold find a responsible new owner by sharing his adoption information. Harold’s Facebook thread here. Harold is in kennel C-16.
VVAPL Humane Society
21779 Zuni Road
Apple Valley, Ca. 92307
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