Update 3/9/17: Rescued by Harlee’s Angels!
A cancer-stricken dog is being held at a busy San Bernardino, California, animal control agency. The dog, whose name is unknown, is described as a friendly boy by staff at the city shelter, but for all intents and purposes, he is alone.
A woman advocating for this homeless dog wrote:
The Shelter said he’s friendly. Staff hasn’t been able to get a picture of the cancer. The emergency vet said that there is an open wound – the vet said this dog is 6-years-old, Petharbor says 7. Regardless, He’s a fairly young dog who I hope has some living still to do. It’s possible he is out of time – or he has limited time, or it’s possible he can be treated. Either way he deserves to live the rest of his life, safe, loved, warm and cared for.
This dog’s stray hold period is not officially up until January 31, but the shelter is willing to release him as a medical foster. Please take a moment to network this dog’s adoption information and help him find someone who will care for him.
Petharbor link here. San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304/Ask for information about animal ID number A501082
Facebook thread here.
SAN BERNARDINO CITY SHELTER
333 CHANDLER PLACE
SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA 92408
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