72-hour notice given to beautiful German shepherd at animal control facility

A four-year-old German shepherd, named Sherman, is in danger of being put down at a busy California animal control agency. The young dog has been given her 72-hour “notice,” and the clock is ticking.

Unfortunately, Sherman has a deadly incident in her pass which makes her available only on an indemnity waiver. Saving Carson Shelter Dogs writes:

72 hour rescue notice w/indemnity waiver Sherman A5419947 4yr Female blk/tan German shepherd 71 lbs. @Downey**

Sherman had a gentle/dainty playstyle and is tolerant of the other dogs. She will be available for rescue only due to an incident with a small dog that didn’t survive the injuries.
[no small dogs required]

According to Saving Carson Shelter Dogs, large breed dogs are okay. Please share Sherman’s adoption information to help save her life.

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey at (562) 940-6898
Ask for information about animal ID number A5419947


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