Terrified cattle dog needs some big love to avoid euthanasia at overcrowded shelter

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At the Apple Valley Animal Services in California, a young terrified dog entered the shelter on Monday, and his days are most likely numbered unless someone experienced with Australian cattle dogs steps forward to rescue him. Afraid to move, Red cowers in the corner and has no idea where he is nor why he is there.

There hasn’t been much information about his past, but he was picked up as a stray; no one has come to take him home.

Adoption listing:

Facts about me:

Breed

Australian Cattle Dog

Color

Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut

Age

Adult

Size

(When Grown) Med. 26-60 Lbs (12-27 Kg)

Weight

30 pounds

Sex

Male

Pet ID

235216

Red will be available for adoption on Saturday (tomorrow) as his stray hold expires. He is described as an intact male weighing about 30 pounds. He has been too frightened to have been scanned for a microchip. He seems to be unsocialized and cannot be handled.

Rescues are permitted to pull on 10/31/23; animal is also legally available for euthanasia on this same date. Interested adopter(s) should email an adoption application to [email protected] or call 760-240-7555. 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.

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