At the Apple Valley Shelter in Southern California, the owner of a seven-year-old nearly blind German shepherd abandoned his dog on the side of a busy road and never bothered to turn around and say goodbye or do what was best for his dog. And now this boy has little chance of leaving the shelter alive unless a kind-hearted rescuer steps up to help.
i gave you my life, my loyalty, my love, my protection. What did you give me? I lost my eyes you dropped me in a shelter that will kill me if I am not saved in a week!Facebook (If this sweet dog could speak?)
Information: Adoption listing:
German Shepherd Dog
(When Grown) Large 61-100 Lbs (28-45 Kg)
Highway 18 x Navajo AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION 6/21/23 Intact male ~7+ yrs. old 107.3 pounds Vaccines given 6/15/23 No microchip ALT ID# 06-14-23 17 Pet has multiple eye issues that will require continued veterinary care, pet is blind.
Will be available for rescue pull or euthanasia on 6/22/23. Any current rescue partners or rescues interested in partnering with our facility are encouraged to contact us at [email protected] or call us at (760) 240-7000 ext. 7519 to coordinate rescue pull and transportation
Follow his plight here. For now, this sweet guy has been named Norman. There have been several pledges which will be collected after Norman is pulled to safety by an approved rescue organization and is safely out of the shelter.
Please share Norman’s story. We can’t change this boy’s past, but we can improve the quality of his future. Sharing saves lives.