When 13-year-old Puppy entered the twilight of her life, her family didn’t buy her a soft, special bed and senior dog food – no, they loaded her into a car and brought her to a busy animal control agency in California. Puppy, a poodle mix, was left at the Los Angeles Animal Services – West Valley Shelter on October 17.
Advocating for this senior dog
On Thursday afternoon, the volunteer-run Facebook page, Friends of West Valley Animal Shelter, wrote:
Puppy (yes that’s her name) brought to the shelter because she is too old. That’s right, too old.
Puppy is only 13 years old and still has so much life in her. She was dirty and itchy so a volunteer gave her a much needed bath. Look at her now! New look and feeling fabulous. Ready for a new life!
Oh yes, she’s better off without that “family” of hers.
Saving this surrendered senior
You can help Puppy find a new home by taking a moment to network this article with her adoption information. Networking saves lives!!!
Petharbor link for Puppy here.
For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles Animal Services – West Valley Shelter at (888) 452-7381
Ask for information about animal ID number A0869248
West Valley Shelter, 818-756-9325
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Yesterday in the news: Loss of job forces couple to move – now all of their foster pets need somewhere to go.
Additional News: Child accused of torturing a puppy – more here.
Too tired to move?