A mother dog, still dripping milk, was apparently abandoned and her puppies are nowhere to be found. The stunningly beautiful German shepherd was brought to a busy California animal control agency on June 18, and the woman surrendering her told staff that the dog had been abandoned in a house.
An advocate for the homeless shelter dogs stated that the same woman was also heard telling staff that she found the dog as a “stray.”
What is the true story? Was this dog abandoned in a vacant home? Or was she bred, her puppies sold, and she was dumped? Regardless of the truth, this lovely, young dog is in now need of a new home. You can lend her a hand by taking a moment to network this article, with her adoption information. Networking saves lives!
For more information about this animal, call:
San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304
Ask for information about animal ID number A524846
To place a rescue hold on any animal, please provide the name of your rescue, the name of your puller, the date of the pull, the animal’s ID# and send email to:
If you would like to help with spay and neuter in San Bernardino, please donate to Daisy Hope Foundation. This is tax deductible and all money goes to the animals. Thank you in advance for helping this shelter stay open at least another year (that’s 7000 animals lives a year saved)
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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