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Need Help: Depressed Shepherd Living In High Kill Shelter, Is Just Too Sad To Greet Visitors Anymore


Life at the high kill Baldwin Park Shelter in California is no walk in the park. One pup who knows all about this is a 7-month-old German shepherd puppy who is just too depressed to make an effort to greet visitors anymore. The dog, who started out showing everyone around him the love you would expect from a puppy, seems to know that his situation is not normal. He is terrified, fearful, and hoping that someone might come to his rescue.


According to the Baldwin Park Shelter, the dog has been at the shelter since September 12, and is nearing the end of his kennel run. That means that at any moment, he could be moved to the back of the shelter, where he could be scheduled to be euthanized.

A Pet Harbor listing for the dog reads,

“I am described as a female, black and tan German Shepherd Dog. The shelter thinks I am about 7 months old. I have been at the shelter since Sep 12, 2016.”

The name of this German shepherd pup is not known to shelter staff nor is her background. If you or someone you know might be interested in giving this precious pup the forever home she rightfully deserves, please call the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577 and reference the shelter ID #A4991931. 

Additionally, please share this story on Facebook and Twitter so we are closer to finding this pup the forever home she rightfully deserves, we have done it before and can certainly do it again.

[Source Story: Fido4ever ]



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