Sweet, sensitive dog is running out of time

Sweet, sensitive dog cries to staff – needs help before it is too late

Update: Adopted/safe!

A handsome dog, described as both “sweet and sensitive” is desperately in need of help, before it’s too late, and he is lost forever. The dog, named “Elliott,” arrived to the Carson Animal Services facility in Gardena, California, back in December.

Amazingly, despite the high volume of dog intakes at the animal control agency, Elliott is still alive. The stress of being locked away is taking a toll – the volunteer run Facebook page, Saving Carson Dogs, wrote:

ELLIOT is sweet and sensitive and he cries when he sees the staff and volunteers, hoping they will find his family 💔 He is some thing special and he needs help fast.Please SHARE for his life, he is VERY special and a FOSTER or ADOPTER would save him. Thanks!

This sweet boy has already undergone a shelter administered temperament test and he did exceptionally well, scoring a B. According to volunteers, he does “well with everyone.”

The clock is ticking and Elliott needs help – please share his adoption information to help him for a new home, or a reputable rescue agency.

Note: If you are in LA County and can foster this dog, please take a moment to fill out an application at CarsonfosterS@gmail.com.

  • Petharbor link here
  • Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566/Ask for information about animal ID number A5020948
  • Facebook thread here

17 replies
  1. Tim Brady says:

    some one needs to put an end to this place killing poor cats,dogs and whatever for no apparent reason except there is a bunch of useless waste of flesh running them,no better than the pos s that abandon their pets here

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  2. Shannon Pleskac says:

    I live in Anderson, Indiana..get me there or get him here and I’ll adopt him! I’ve fostered & my 2 dogs now are both rescues also…they love other dogs too..we have our own house with a large fenced in back yard…

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