At the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter in California, some dogs are so terrified and traumatized, still photos are unable to show us how many pets react when captured. These bonded dogs came into the shelter together last week; they had been chased, placed in an animal control truck, checked into the shelter and pushed into a kennel in an unfamiliar and noise clamoring environment.
Watch their brief heartbreaking video; their world has been truly shattered:
UPDATE: RESCUED!Available 3/22/18#A512152 (black & tan male-3 years old) #A512153 (cream colored male-5 years old) (Kennel #122)Networking thread:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213088987316907&set=a.10211874643599073.1073742082.1160364024&type=3&theaterPetHarbor links:http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=SBCT.A512152http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=SBCT.A512153San Bernardino City Animal Shelter, 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA Telephone (909) 384-1304Email rescue coordinator, Jennifer Van Ness (email@example.com)Adoptions may no longer be placed over the phone. Any potential adopter must meet dogs in person before shelter will allow an adoption to be processed.Rescues may pull any dog after 12:00PM on day of availability or at any time of the day after first day of availability. Adoption fee $40 Micrchip fee $15Spay/neuter is paid directly to vet after adoption.
Posted by Lois Chisholm on Friday, March 9, 2018
Both dogs will be available for adoption on March 22. Their PetHarbor links are as follows:
“I am a male, black and brown Chihuahua – Smooth Coated. Shelter staff think I am about 3 years old. I have been at the shelter since Mar 07, 2018. If you are my owner, you must physically come to the shelter to claim me. We are located at 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA 92408. Our Lost & Found hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am to 5 pm. For more information about this animal, call San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304. Ask for information about animal ID number A512152
“I am a male, tan Chihuahua – Smooth Coated. Shelter staff think I am about 5 years old. I have been at the shelter since Mar 07, 2018.”
For more information, a Facebook page has been set up to help these two terrified and traumatized dogs find a safe and loving home. Share their tragic story; sharing saves lives.
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