Senior shepherd code red

Homeless senior shepherd at risk of being put down at any moment

A beautiful, homeless senior German shepherd is at risk of being put down at any moment at a California animal control agency. The eight-year-old shepherd, named Simba, has been at the Hesperia Animal Shelter since May 14 and he is now listed as a “code red,” which means that his life could be cut short at any given moment.

On Tuesday, Simba’s Petharbor listing reads:

Red Status
Animals marked status red are in imminent need for rescue/adoption and in danger of being euthanized if not picked up by a rescue/adopter. Contact the rescue coordinator during business hours immediately to facilitate pickup if you are interested in a red tagged animal.

Simba is a senior dog, but he still has life to live…he deserves to be in a home, with an adoring owner, not locked away waiting to die. Please help save Simba’s life by sharing this article with his adoption information. Networking (and fostering!!) saves lives.

Hesperia Animal Control
kramirez@cityofhesperia.us
rescue@cityofhesperia.us
(760) 947-1726
Hesperia Animal Control
11011 Santa Fe Ave.
Hesperia, CA 92345

Petharbor listing here.

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


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3 replies
  1. eleanor blue thunder higginbotham says:

    robin jampol at westside german shepherd rescue, please help, orange county german shepherd rescue, please help

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