Senior dog shakes in kennel

Senior dog, shaking on floor of kennel, waits to be saved

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A senior dog, 12 years of age, shakes on the floor of his kennel run at the Riverside County Animal Control facility in California. The Queensland Heeler, known by his ID#A1519767, has been at the facility since May 10.

This week, the volunteer-run Facebook page for this animal control agency notified page followers that the dog is status “red,” which means that he needs to be rescued as soon as possible.

You can lend this elderly boy a hand by taking a moment to share this article, with his adoption information. He should be enjoying what remains of his life with a loving owner, in a comfortable home – not sitting in a lonely kennel run.

Petharbor link here.

Facebook thread here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1519767

Rescue department:
Rescue phone: 951-358-7302
Rescue email:
Rescue desk is closed on the weekends

Adoption fees are based on length of stay:

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11 replies
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    This shelter works VERY HARD to save the animals–and this darling sweetheart needs a rescue FAST. He is in the kind of pain that can ONLY be cured by LOVE!

  2. Jan Barnes says:

    They are not returning my contacts–usually that means they’ve killed them.
    Can anyone find out for sure?


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