Blind dog at busy shelter

Homeless blind dog runs into the walls of kennel at busy animal shelter

A homeless dog, seven years of age, is having a rough time in his kennel at a busy California animal shelter. The dog, a Lhasa Apso, is blind and he keeps running into the walls of his run at the Riverside shelter. On Friday, the Facebook page, Saving Riverside Shelter Dogs, wrote:

BLIND SENIOR
Geriatric, blind, has ear infection

JOEY #A1487436

I am a male, silver and white Lhasa Apso.
The shelter staff think I am about 7 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Nov 19, 2018.

Helping Joey

It’s obvious that Joey needs some help – he is blind, and suffering from health problems. In a perfect world, Joey would be receiving the loving care that he needs from his person – but the world is not perfect. You can lend this blind dog a hand by taking a moment to share this article, with his adoption information.

Petharbor link for Joey here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1487436

Rescue department:
Rescue phone: 951-358-7302
Rescue email: rescue@rivco.org

Note: Please contact the shelter directly about this dog – the Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact for any information, including availability, health or demeanor.

12/3/18 ✔️Rescued DEC 2: Still listed, shelter is closed today!BLIND SENIORGeriatric, blind, has ear infectionJOEY #A1487436I am a male, silver and white Lhasa Apso.The shelter staff think I am about 7 years old.I have been at the shelter since Nov 19, 2018.https://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=RVSD.A1487436 Please read 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 © Saving Riverside Shelter Dogs, 2018. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this Facebook page’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full acknowledgement is given to Saving Riverside Shelter Dogs with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.▪️This page does not facilitate adoptions, rescues, transportation, pledge tallying or collecting under any circumstances, UNLESS it’s a reputable rescue we know and trust. ▪️This page does not always have current status of an animal after it is removed from Petharbor. Please do not post “Update??” on the threads. If you would like an immediate update, please call the shelter. If and when we receive an update, we will make sure to post it. ▪️If you pledge on a dog that is pulled by a reputable rescue, please intended on honoring it. Repeatedly pledging and not honoring will also get you banned. If you are pledging on a dog, and receive a pledge collection from a rescue you are unfamiliar with, or feel uneasy about, please research them before honoring. ▪️Bad mouthing the shelter will get you banned. We strive to work with the shelter, not against them. The animals need us more than we need drama. ▪️Our videos MAY NOT PORTRAY a dogs true behavior. Please do not intend to adopt based on the behavior of the dog in the video! Please go and meet the dog in person. ▪️The shelter does not conduct out of state adoptions over the phone. If you are interested in adopting an animal, you MUST physically visit the shelter and fill out proper paperwork. ▪️Dogs who are scheduled for euthanasia will USUALLY have a Petharbor link that states “I am no longer available” in red writing. Their photo will still be visible. These dogs are still alive and need IMMEDIATE rescue but may be euthanized at anytime. When a dog’s Petharbor link says “Sorry this dog is no longer in our online database. Please check with the shelter to find out it’s availability” and their photo is NO LONGER visible, it means the dog has been adopted, rescued or euthanized. ▪️For a break down of what the different color status’s (green, yellow and red) mean, please read our pinned post. Pinned post will also contain a link to view the current color coded dogs at the shelter. You can access pinned post here: https://www.facebook.com/804803646241030/posts/1764301973624521/Shelter address: 6851 Van Buren Boulevard Riverside, California 92509Phone: 951-358-7387Rescue department: Rescue phone: 951-358-7302Rescue email: rescue@rivco.org

Posted by Saving Riverside Shelter Dogs on Friday, November 30, 2018

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