Sad, homeless retriever shows signs of neglect

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A sad golden retriever at the Los Angeles County Animal Control, Baldwin facility, shows signs of neglect. The six-year-old dog arrived at the facility on July 22 and nobody has come forward to claim him as their own in the days that have followed.

On July 23, the Facebook page, Saving Baldwin Park Shelter Dogs, wrote a plea on the homeless dog’s behalf:

6 yr old Golden Retriever🐾stray on 7-22. Poor boy looks like your typical outside dog with flea infestation and hair loss on his back and tail and calluses.😣 He needs a good comfy bed and some extra food from a new family. Come down and get your name down to get this boy out ASAP!

Many people believe that purebred dogs cannot be found at animal shelters, but the truth is, there are many purebreds just like this boy and they are in need of a second chance. Please take a moment to share this article and help this sad dog find a loving family – one who won’t neglect him.

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
Ask for information about animal ID number A5302711

(Image via Facebook)

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