Stunning senior shepherd

If you love shepherds, this stunning senior boy will steal your heart

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If you love German shepherds, you will be smitten with a senior German shepherd who is waiting to be adopted at the Los Angeles County Animal Care Center (Downey) in California, Nine-year-old Hoover has been held at the animal control agency since September 12.

A few words about this homeless shepherd

On Wednesday, an advocate wrote:

Hoover is another favorite.

A baller, a loyal companion and a stunner.
He is the dog who will roll with you, your shot gun rider. 
This is a fantastic GSD who
Would match nicely with a GSD lover….. If you love the breed, you will fall all over in love with Hoover.
Please share him.
He needs help he is one of 24 shepherds at the shelter. 

Saving Hoover

Hoover is one of far too many dogs at this animal control agency – a shelter which is full. You can help save Hoover from an unthinkable fate by sharing this article with his adoption information.

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey at (562) 940-6898
Ask for information about animal ID number A5218368

Facebook thread here.

(Image via Facebook)

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So smart!

The shepherd head tilt!!

2 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    What a beautiful boy. Hoover needs a loving home or even foster right now to get him out of the shelter. Definitely not a place for a dog like this. Wish shelters would advocate more for the animals in their care-ads in papers,on radio,tv, any place where this information about homeless animals will be heard or read. None of these poor animals asked to be in this situation and it is up to humans to save them. We need better facilities to make sure each animal is adoptable so they can go to forever homes.


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