Time is running out for a beautiful dog who has been overlooked during his time at a busy California animal shelter. Bryce, a stunning three-year-old German shepherd, has been held at the Riverside County Animal Control agency since April 23 – his “stray hold” ended on May 3 and now he is at risk of being put down.
German shepherds are magnificent dogs – a breed known to be loyal to their owners, intelligent and brave. Undoubtedly Bryce is confused and frightened inside of the animal control agency – he is surrounded by smells and sounds that are unfamiliar and scary.
How can you help this beautiful dog?
First and foremost, networking saves lives. Even if you are unable to adopt, you can network adoption information to help it reach someone who is in the position to help. Access Bryce’s Petharbor listing here.
For more information about this animal, call:
Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1428728
Facebook thread for Bryce here.
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