Update: Rescued by Guardian Angel Pet Rescue!
An injured dog, who was hit by a car, has been waiting to be rescued since he was brought to the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter back in early January. On January 14, the Save SBC Shelter Pups Facebook page wrote about the injured dog, whose name is Kobe:
Kobe is a beautiful, very sore, male Retriever/Pit mix, recently hit by car. Kobe has grease and cuts and bad limp on back left leg. Confirmed with staff Kobe had seen vet and had X-rays, manager said Kobe can’t leave early.
Imagine being hit by a car and then sent to a lonely, unfamiliar and not particularly comfortable animal control agency kennel. Imagine no comfort from people you love – no soft bed – no extra tender loving care. That sad picture has been Kobe’s reality for nearly two months.
With each day that passes, Kobe’s chances of making it out alive decrease – he has long since passed the safe “stray hold” period. Please share Kobe’s information and help him find someone to take him in.
Identification number: A500743
Website link for Kobe here.
San Bernardino City Animal Shelter
333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA
Closed Sunday and Monday
Telephone: (909) 384-1304
National Dog News on Facebook here
KOBE is a beautiful , very sore, male Retriever/Pit mix , recently hit by car. Kobe has grease, cuts and bad right back leg limp! Confirmed with staff Kobe had seen vet and had X-rays, manager said Kobe can't leave early. AVAILABLE January 15ID #A500743San Bernardino City Shelter , CA doesn't have many networkers, we really need your help sharing our dogs . The local rescues full and we're in big trouble ! San Bernardino City Animal Shelter 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA Hours of operation: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00pm (Adoption and Rescues at counter stop at 4:30PM) Closed Sunday and Monday Telephone: (909) 384-1304DISCLAIMER: We do not work at the shelter. We network this shelter's dogs on Facebook to give them more exposure in the hope a good rescue or adopter will see a post that is shared and save the dog's life.
Posted by Andrea Neyses on Tuesday, January 10, 2017