Update 7/12/18: Randall has been adopted!!
An old dog is sitting in a California animal shelter because his family didn’t want to “deal with him” when the fireworks were let off on the 4th of July. Randall, an eight-year-old English Mastiff, was taken to the Victor Valley Animal Protection League (VVAPL) in June – today, he is still waiting for someone to take him home.
More information about this old boy
Randall is a very big boy, weighing in at an impressive 150-pounds. Because of his size, the shelter staff wants a meet and greet with any other dogs who live in the household of potential adopters. Susanne Roy, the community outreach coordinator for VVAPL, tells the Pet Rescue Report:
He is a big sweetheart that just needs a big comfy bed and a family to love.
How you can help this surrendered senior dog
You have the power to help Randall – even if you do not live near him. Please share this article to your social networking sites (Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook) to help get Randall’s information in front of people who might want to adopt him.
Petfinder link for Randall here.
VVAPL Humane Society
21779 Zuni Road
Apple Valley, Ca. 92307
Video of Randall
Posted by Susanne Roy on Tuesday, July 10, 2018
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