Meet Bea; she is a beautiful German shepherd who arrived at the City of San Bernardino Animal Services with an injured paw in July 2023. During the first week of August, Bea was listed on the emergency list because of her injured front leg, and on August 17, her classification changed, and she has been listed as URGENT.
The staff and volunteers have all grown very fond of Bea. She gets along with other dogs and people she meets. She’s only three-years-old. Why can’t Bea find a family who will love and care for her before it’s too late?
Notes, “7/18 Returned from vet for injured front leg/paw. Radiographs taken, given ketoprofen injection.Facebook
BEA – ID#A557469
My name is Bea and I am an unaltered female, tan and black German Shepherd Dog. Shelter staff think I am about 3 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 17, 2023. For more information about the adoption process, click here: Animal Control. Note that the last adoption will start at 4:30 pm.
For more information about this animal, call San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304
Ask for information about animal ID number A557469.
Following is information about Bea and the other dogs who are also in need of immediate help.
“STILL LISTED 8/17 #A557469 BEAUTIFUL BEA STILL LISTED after being DEADLINED on 8/9/23 for having an injured paw / front leg on intake 7/17/23 SO SHE IS CODE RED URGENT
In playgroup for the first time today with trainer Kimie McAllister and volunteers Dawn Cummings and Judy Bird Redman and FOUR other dogs including new kennel mate #A553333 BRIAN (yellow Shepherd mix), bonded husky siblings #A553724 DELAWARE (Gray) and #A553726 MAINE (red) and #A553731 ARKANSAS (black Labrador mix)…. ALL DOING GREAT together….. BEA is listed as a female, tan and black, German Shepherd dog of about years old who weighs 62.9 lbs and WAS Rescue Only when injured but she seems so much better now she MAY be adoptable.”
BEA NEEDS YOUR HELP NOW and JUST ONE SHARE could be the one that finds her a home of her own. Follow her plight here. Please share her story with rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.
APPLY TO FOSTER for a rescue HERE…… http://sbcdogs.nvecs.com/