Dog’s ‘family’ left her alone at busy Virginia shelter and she’s scared


What could be more frightening for a dog than to be kept in a shelter cage in an unfamiliar environment listening to the clanging of water bowls, the chatter and sight of strange people and the howling of other scared dogs? Responding to the situation, four-year-old Raine curls up in a ball and waits for help at the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter in Virginia.

Although there has been interest in helping Raine, no plans have been finalized. Until then, she is at risk of being humanely euthanized. Share her plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts.

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Raine – ID#28839326 
My name is Raine. I am a spayed female, gray American Pit Bull Terrier. I am an adult animal. I am available for adoption now! Ask about 44965903.
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According to the shelter, Raine is very sweet with the biggest smile. She loves to give kisses, loves to wiggle and cuddle and is a joy to know. She will need further training and is not house trained, however she is fully motivated with treats so training should progress quickly.

Raine is good on the leash, loves to be outdoors to roll in the cool grass. She is spayed, microchipped and vaccinated and is so ready to find a loving home and live happily ever after. Follow her story here.

For more information about Raine, contact the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter at 757 933-8900 ext: 7
Ask for information about animal ID number 44965903.

Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter
5843 Jefferson Avenue
Newport News, VA 23605




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