Meet Princess; one look at her intake photo from the South Los Angeles Shelter and the look on her face said it all. She knew she was being owner surrendered on Sunday, and her broken heart was joined by hundreds of advocates who teared up with her, as Princess watched her humans leave the shelter without her.
German shepherds are known for their deep loyalty and devotion to their families – imagine the heartache of a senior dog who finds herself away from everyone and everything she has ever known.
Sometimes it seems neither the wisdom or loyalty of a dog matters much anymore. Mack was surrendered to Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEACCA) in Downey, California on June 24 – and for almost two weeks, with no rescue possibilities in the works, Mack has been listed as “CODE RED.”
A scruffy little dog, terrified after being confiscated from his owner, is wai..
At the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter, a pair of bonded, senior dogs were ..
Two dogs, deeply bonded to one another, are homeless after their owner moved a..
A handsome dog in Del Norte County, California, is desperately in need of a ho..
At the San Antonio Animal Care Services, “Sid” was surrendered on Tuesday by h..
A senior dog is the longest resident at a California animal shelter after his ..
A dog in Texas is in need of rescue after her elderly owner had to surrender h..
At the East Valley Los Angeles Shelter in California, Ryder is back in a cage…
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This two-year-old German shepherd has had her life and her world turned upside down. She was found wandering around the San Bernardino Airport in California and brought to the Devore Shelter.
A gray-faced old soul finds herself in need of rescue from a busy California animal control agency. The 10-year-old Dachshund, dubbed Monkey, has been at the Riverside County Animal Control agency since June 9.
Quincy is a senior German shepherd who arrived at the SEAACA shelter in Downey, California. He likely had a hard time walking into the shelter – his right hind leg isn’t working quite like it should. Sadly, no one wants to adopt him; there have been no offers, and he is now labeled “Code Red.”
In Anson County, North Carolina, Milo has been waiting since 2019 for a home. The 10-year-old senior has been overlooked because he’s “ugly.” The battle scars from his past abuse all over his head and body seems to turn potential adopters off – and so Milo waits for help.
In just a few hours, Snowflake will be gone. At only four years of age, she has been dealt a lousy hand by the humans who never cared about her except for profit. Her breeding and lack of socialization, neglect or abuse and her behavior is directly related to the failure of her humans to help her be her best self.
In San Antonio, Texas, a seven-year-old Labrador retriever is in urgent need of a home. A volunteer fills in some of the blanks of Sandy’s past life…
An elderly beagle is in need of a new home after his family gave him up – surrendering him to a busy California animal control agency. The 14-year-old dog, named KHALIL, was left at the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson facility on May 28.
Two young dogs surrendered to the Harris County Animal Shelter because they were “too big,” may suffer the consequences of an irresponsible owner. On Thursday, Baby Girl and Rocky were ushered into separate kennels because neither of them had been spayed or neutered.
A beautiful and friendly stray arrived at the Carson Animal Care Center earlier in May, and he still doesn’t have anyone interested in adopting him. He has been yearning for a new home since May 24.
A senior dog is homeless following the death of his owner. The nine-year-old dog, named Black and White, was left at the Los Angeles County Animal Control (Carson Facility) on May 30 and he is in need of a new family of his own.
At Roswell Animal Services in New Mexico, there is an open house on Sunday – and could it be your forever friend is just waiting with hope in his eyes? The shelter is open and features $1.00 adoptions.
Talullah was impounded at the SEACCA (Southeast Area Animal Control Authority on May 20, 2020 from the City of Downey. She has been described as an aged female Maltese mix weighing only 13 pounds.