Scared, sad shepherd

Young German shepherd – a sad stray whose owner never came

A young German shepherd, not even two years of age, is being held at a busy California animal control agency. The dog, known only by her ID number (A1492373) was taken in at the Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter on December 17 as a stray…though in all likelihood she had an owner, that person never showed up to reclaim her.

Shepherds are known for their loyalty and intelligence – these same traits have left this young dog heartbroken and confused. It is apparent that this girl is missing her family and wondering what she has done wrong.

Saving this young shepherd

This unclaimed “stray” is in need of help from strangers. Please take a moment to network her adoption information and help her find a new home where she will be loved and kept safe for the rest of her life.

https://www.facebook.com/savingriversideshelterdogs/videos/324138601645073/

 

Petharbor link 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 A1492373

Shelter address:
6851 Van Buren Boulevard
Riverside, California 92509
Phone: 951-358-7387
M-F 11 am-6 pm
Saturday 11 am-5 pm
Shelter does not answer phones on Saturday

Rescue department:
Rescue phone: 951-358-7302
Rescue email: rescue@rivco.org
Rescue desk is closed on the weekends.

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3 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    This dog and others need to be advertised to the public so that more can see that these animals may have owners looking for them a distance away. Many owners just look locally but should also check the next towns or two to see if there pet is there. More promoting lost dogs for more to see would help these dogs find their owners or at least a new family.

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  2. pennysdachshunds says:

    This girl COULD serve as a companion dog for a Wounded Veteran, trained as a service dog by a reputable organization ….. So VERY Many options out there… But organizations are too busy trying to Bilk Dollars from The public and much of it is Misused or Funneled into a personal bank Roll…. Our Country & Many of these So-Called Rescues are Down Right Corrupt Anymore..A person doesn’t know who to Help and Who to be Aware of!!!! I only hope someone will give this girl a chance ,but California is one of the most dubious of States that aren’t Rescue Friendly!!!

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