At nine years of age, a senior dog was surrendered by his family to a busy California animal control agency. He has been dubbed King and he could use the help of strangers right now to ensure that he makes it out of the facility alive.
Why was this senior dog surrendered?
Why was King surrendered? Did his family move? Did they decide that he was too expensive? Were they suddenly too busy for him? Did his owner die? There are no answers readily available…all that is known is that King needs to be rescued or adopted from the animal control agency; surrendered dogs are not afforded the safety of a mandatory stray hold.
What can you do?
King is being held at the Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter. Networking is known to save lives because it increases the visibility of dogs who are locked away in a kennel run. What is networking? Simple stated – it is sharing adoption information on social media. Please take a moment to share King’s adoption information on your Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest accounts.
For more information about this animal, call:
Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1165657
Petharbor link for King here.
Facebook thread here.
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