Volunteers at the City of Shasta Lake Animal Shelter have named the saddest dog in the shelter “Hope” because that’s what everyone wants for the border collie and hound dog mix. She was picked up as a stray, and no one ever came to find her.
“Not sure if I have ever seen a dog so sad in the shelter…,” stated a volunteer from Save the Nor-Cal Shelter dogs group, posting Hope’s photo and video on social media to help her find a home.
Friends sing her praises and describe her as very sweet, but “she does howl when she’s sad.”
Check out her video here:
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Posted by Save the Nor-Cal Shelter dogs on Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Hope is available for adoption or rescue. She is thought to be one or two years of age and gets along with other dogs. Please share her plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. Follow her story on Facebook.
If interested in meeting Hope, contact the City of Shasta Lake Animal Shelter located at 3025 Ashby Road, City of Shasta Lake, California. Phone: 530.275.7480. (video of saddest dog in the shelter via Save the Nor-Cal Shelter dogs)
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