A friendly dog waited like a good boy on Highway 138 in San Bernardino County, California on Wednesday. He allowed everyone to pet him and give him treats, yet he refused to get into anyone’s vehicle. He was most likely waiting for his owner to return; no one could convince him that he had been dumped and left to fend for himself in a sometimes cruel world by a negligent and heartless owner.
“I was told about him while working and couldn’t run out,” wrote Faith Easdale, an animal advocate and rescuer posted on her Facebook page. ” People were petting this friendly boy, but they couldn’t get him into their vehicle. Probably because he was waiting for his owner. We know would never come back. Shame, shame on the dumper. He’s in danger like crazy.”
This handsome dog is now at Devore Animal Shelter; his identification #is A692634. He is described as a three-year-old brown and black Rottweiler. The shelter is overcrowded, and this boy needs help immediately. For more information, contact (909) 386-9820 press 0 & ask for ID #A692634.
Sharing saves lives. Please share this boy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, family, friends and social media contacts. Shame on his owner.
(Friendly dog photos via Facebook page Faith Easdale)
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