Beautiful, sweet shepherd overlooked

Beautiful, sweet and overlooked – senior German shepherd needs help

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A beautiful, sweet German shepherd has been overlooked at a busy California animal control agency since early December. The senior dog, eight years of age, has been held at the Los Angeles County Animal Control (Downey) facility since December 1.

She needs some help

Rita Earl Blackwell, a photographer who volunteers her time helping homeless shelter dogs find new homes, has provided some information (and lovely images) of the senior shepherd, whose name is Hannah:

We all fell instantly in love with this petite, happy girl. She has been at the shelter since 12/1/18 so she really needs our help. Hannah does so well out in the play yard with other dogs that she is used as a ‘helper dog’ to help introduce more fearful and timid dogs to playgroup due to her casual yet delicate approach when greeting. 

Blackwell describes Hannah as gentle and dainty, as well as “very mellow and soft, social and tolerant of dogs.”

Please consider helping Hannah

Hannah has all of the attributes of a wonderful companion – friendly, sweet, and social. Please consider sharing this article to help this beautiful senior dog find a family who will love her for the rest of her life.

Petharbor link for Hannah 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 A5152385

Facebook thread here.

(Image via Rita Earl Blackwell Facebook page)

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3 replies
  1. Micele says:

    This beautiful girl should be in a foster care through the German Shepherd rescue why has the German Shepherd rescue not stepped forward for her.
    If I was not at capacity with the dogs in my house I would take her in a heartbeat


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