On August 18, a senior dog was driven to a busy California animal control agency and surrendered by his family for being “too old.” Today, the 13-year-old dog, named Choco, is tucked away in the medical area of the animal shelter, hidden from the general public.
More about the surrendered senior dog
On September 8, Rita Earl Blackwell, a volunteer photographer, wrote:
13 yo Male 22 lbs. This little tootsie roll is so sweet. He was surrendered to the shelter, ‘too old’ , but that just means to me that he’s got a second chance to have great love 💙 adopting a senior dog is the best. They also found a small mass in his groin area. This peanut is in the medical department receiving extra care, but is UNSEEN any the public. Please tag adopters or Rescue. Available at the County of Los Angeles – Lancaster Animal Care Center
Choco is undoubtedly scared and confused – everything that he once knew is gone. You can help this deserving senior dog find a new home by taking a moment to share this article on your social networking sites.
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For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Lancaster at (661) 940-4191
Ask for information about animal ID number A5210935
PLEASE consider becoming a volunteer!
Video of surrendered senior
(Image via Rita Earl Blackwell)
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