At the Apple Valley Animal Services, a four-year-old blind dog was surrendered by his owner because they could no longer care for him after a family loss. His name is Soldier, and he is so confused, scared and stressed; he just can’t understand what happened.
According to Soldier’s advocate at the shelter, he had been surrendered with another dog, however the other dog was later reclaimed leaving Soldier completely alone.
OWNER SURRENDER – AVAILABLE NOW – HAS NO EYES – GRAVE DANGER – SHELTER IS OVER CAPACITY
Breed Cane Corso/American Pit Bull Terrier MixColor Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & PepperAge AdultSize (when grown)
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)Sex MalePet ID 212057
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION NOW
Neutered male ~4 yrs old ~115 pounds
Vaccines given 12/28/21 No microchip ALT ID# 12-28-21 7
Had to be separated from his friend – very stressed and they started fighting
Apple Valley Animal Services is located at 22131 Powhatan Road Apple Valley, CA 92307
(760) 240-7000 ext. 7519
ATTN:RESCUE COORDINATOR email@example.com –
APPLE VALLEY DIRECTOR firstname.lastname@example.org
New phone number: 760-240-7555 ext 7519
Shelter Fax No: 760-247-6487
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