A dog in San Bernardino City, California, finds himself in need of a home after his new adopter abandoned him at the veterinary clinic where he was having his neuter surgery performed. The dog, dubbed Ford, is being held at the city animal control agency and he is listed as “rescue only.”
On Tuesday, Ford’s advocate explains what happened to leave him homeless at the shelter, once again…
What kind of a person would adopt a dog and then abandon him at the vet where he was sent for neuter surgery before being released to the adopter? We all know what kind of person and that person should never be allowed to adopt another animal. Can you imagine how sad this fellow must be now, being brought back to the shelter after thinking he had a home?
Ford needs AND deserves, a responsible and loving family!
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For more information about this animal, call:
San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304
Ask for information about animal ID number A537178
For further information on this or any other animal in the shelter, please call (909) 384-1304 and refer to the animal’s ID#
City of San Bernardino Animal Services is open by appointment only. No walk-ins allowed without appointment
Location: 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA
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