A dog, betrayed by his family, is still waiting for a new home over a month after he was left at a crowded animal control facility in California. Bear is an exceedingly handsome (and big!) German shepherd who was surrendered at five years of age.
More about Bear
Bear is a big boy, weighing in just over 100 pounds. Volunteers describe him as a sweet dog who is non-reactive around other dogs. United Hope for Animals wrote:
Bear is a glorious example of his breed, a big and beautiful dog who appears to have been left outside and neglected. He has some fly damage to his ears and he is polite with people but does not appear to have experienced much affection from them in the past. He is polite on leash and is nonreactive to other dogs. This majestic dog is ripe for training and socialization as he is gentle and clearly intelligent.
Bear is a beautiful example of a German shepherd – he is intelligent and affectionate and he will make a wonderful, devoted companion to a loving owner. You can help Bear by taking a moment to share this article with your various social networking platforms.
Petharbor link for Bear here.
For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
Ask for information about animal ID number A4637803
For more information on this pet, contact volunteer UHA adoption coordinator Kristin at 626-393-6258 or email@example.com.
Note: All inquiries about this dog, including those about health, temperament and availability, must be made to the shelter or to United Hope for Animals. The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact.