Senior dog on red alert

Red alert for senior dog – shelter’s longest resident is in danger

A red alert has been issued for a senior dog who is in danger of being put down at a busy California animal control agency. Her name is America and she is the longest resident at the Los Angeles County Animal Control “Downey” facility.

An advocate pleads for help

On November 27, a shelter dog advocate wrote:

95 Days at the Shelter.
Longest Dog at Downey. 🔴Red Alert🔴
This girl needs us!!!
Share for a Reputable Rescue or Loving home!!
She loves to lay beside you. Erica a volunteer takes her out and brings a blanket, because Miss America likes to lay beside her… on the grass to people watch or for belly rubs. She sits for treats and acts and looks like a puppy even if shes 9 years young . 

She needs a friend, and lifesaving help

America wants a friend – someone to snuggle with and share her love. But she won’t have that chance if she does not get the life-saving help that she needs. You can help this deserving senior dog by taking a moment to network this article, with her 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 A5212832

Note: All inquiries about America must be made directly to the animal control agency. The Pet Rescue Report is NOT the point of contact.

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This dog is oh so very patient


Does anyone care about a 16-year-old dog without a home? 


Just a cute pig, enjoying a treat

 

1 reply
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    It is a crime that such a beautiful dog should contimuously passed over!
    Please please save her! This is a super crowded shelter, and she is running out of time!

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