Calm, quiet and overlooked – senior dog overlooked and forgotten at shelter

Just another pit bull…not showy, not unique. A beautiful dog wrapped up in a brown paper wrapper – overlooked and bypassed by visitors at the Los Angeles County Animal Control (Lancaster) facility.

But inside, eight-year-old George is beautiful, and sweet. Described by an advocate as a “calm and quiet” dog who loves affection. George has been patiently waiting for someone to take notice of him since May – and he is now one of the facility’s longest residents.

George could use a helping hand from networkers. He is in search of a loving home, where he can share his endless love. His advocate describes his demeanor with other dogs:

Out in the play yard with other dogs he offered soft, calm greetings. He curiously approached all dogs and spent a few seconds with each sniffing their bodies. His energy level is low, he did not engage in play but did walk around with the other dogs. He solicited attention from the handlers when near them. He was calm, friendly and tolerant with the dogs.

Saving George

You can help George make it out of the shelter by sharing his adoption information. Find George’s Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Lancaster at (661) 940-4191
Ask for information about animal ID number A5368784

EMAIL ADDRESS: Please be patient for a response.

Video via Rita Earl Blackwell Facebook page

Note: Please contact the shelter directly for all inquiries about this dog.

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