Shepherd scared and confused after being surrendered by family

After nearly a month, surrendered shepherd still heartbroken and scared

Nearly a month after Molly was surrendered to the Los Angeles County Animal Care facility (Lancaster) she remains heartbroken and scared. The young German shepherd, just over a year of age, is so frightened by her current situation that she hides beneath her bed…refusing to come out.

A volunteer’s encounter

On September 10, a volunteer visited Molly at the shelter and wrote:

This baby is broken hearted. Surrendered by her owner just about one month ago and she’s still devastated. I tried to coax her out but she stayed tucked safely away. Swipe to see kennel card photo. This angel needs a miracle.

A video reveals Molly’s sadness:

Helping this frightened shepherd

You can help this frightened German shepherd find a new, loving home by taking a moment to network this article with her adoption information.

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Lancaster at (661) 940-4191
Ask for information about animal ID number A5211446

Note: All inquiries about Molly must be made directly to the animal shelter – the Pet Rescue Report is NOT the point of contact.

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4 replies
  1. Sherry Daniels says:

    Oh, my heart breaks! She reminds me so much of my own Molly Brown! If my Molly had ever ended up in a shelter she would have been just like this! Please, someone with a caring heart, give this sweet girl a chance! You just don’t know how much a broken little dog can give back!

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  2. Adrienne says:

    Someone needs to get this dog now before she completely shuts down or becomes so down, that she will bite. So far I guess that has not happened, but a caring foster could even help to make Molly more adoptable. That’s what needs to be done to help get her noticed and become a more friendly dog. Please, someone who has the ability to do this needs to step up and help an otherwise healthy dog.

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