An old dog, who recently arrived at California’s South Los Angeles Animal Services facility, is struggling. The elderly dog, dubbed Harold, arrived as a stray and he is clearly confused, sad and frightened by his situation.
It is stressful for dogs who are confined in an animal control kennel – it is readily apparent by Harold’s video that he is terrified. A social media post made on Harold’s behalf reads:
Meet Harold #A1786097 He is a 10 year old Chow Mix that came in stray. Harold is very gentle and quiet but is not doing well in the shelter. He is very scared and nervous and is not eating unless he is being hand fed. OUR MEDICAL AREA AS WELL AS SHELTER IS OVERFLOWING HE IS URGENT
Video of this elderly stray dog
Posted by Heidi Robertson on Tuesday, June 19, 2018
What can you do to help?
Networking saves lives! Harold’s chances of being adopted will increase greatly if he is seen by more people. So what can you do? Share his adoption information on your social media accounts (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest) so that others can see what a great dog he is.
Petfinder link for Harold here.
Facebook thread for Harold here.
Life Saving Coordinator
South Los Angeles Animal Services
1850 W. 60th St.
Los Angeles Ca. 90047
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