Senior shepherd needs a home

Majestic senior shepherd homeless at busy animal shelter

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A majestic German shepherd, 10 years of age, is waiting for a new family at a busy California animal shelter. The senior shepherd, Danny, has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Care Center (Downey) since the beginning of the month.

Insight to this handsome older dog

An advocate gushes over this handsome old boy – on Sunday, a Facebook post on Danny’s behalf reads:

He is everything I thought he would be. He is a charming and loving and
Very Goodlooking senior shep.
He is the kind of GSD you think about when you think why you go mad over shepherds.
My favorite part about him is his grey muzzle smile that he gives you….And how he acts just like a cat circling your leg for love and butt scratches.

Saving Danny

Despite Danny’s advance age, he is still a head turner – it doesn’t take much effort to imagine what this boy was like in the prime of his life. Though Danny’s muzzle is now gray, and his gait is a bit slower, he is still deserving of a wonderful home. You can help Danny find a loving new family 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 A5224595

Video of Danny

Posted by Desi Lara on Sunday, October 7, 2018

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2 replies
  1. Wendy Pearl says:

    There is a senior dog sanctuary here in NJ and I’d be happy to help to figure out how to get him there should he still not be adopted. They can also adopt him out if your shelter is to busy.


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