Help is needed for a beautiful German shepherd who is being held at a busy California animal shelter. The six-year-old dog, named Gloria, has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Control, Lancaster facility, since mid-April, and she needs assistance because she is being overlooked.
Her advocate writes:
This big girl has a large, semi soft mass on her side*** She barks and shows terrible in her kennel but once out she is friendly and great with other dogs in the play yard. They use her as a helper dog. She could really use some help being SEEN.
Gloria shouldn’t die because she barks in her kennel – outside of the facility, she has proven herself to be well-mannered enough to be a “helper dog.” Please help this lovely girl find her way to a safe and stable home by sharing her adoption information.
Find Gloria’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 A5362877
LOS ANGELES***PLEASE SHARE***No Name Yet ❤️ #A5362877 6yo female 68lbs. This big girl has a large, semi soft mass on her side*** She barks and shows terrible in her kennel but once out she is friendly and great with other dogs in the play yard. They use her as a helper dog. She could really use some help being SEEN. Please share, tag and comment. She’s available for adoption or rescue at the County of Los Angeles – Lancaster Animal Care Center☎️ (661)940-4191 press 5,2,2 call direct for info and to schedule an appointment to meet her. Click on her hashtag #A above to see more posts on her.
Posted by Rita Earl Blackwell on Thursday, May 14, 2020
Note: Please contact the animal shelter directly for all inquiries about this dog. The Pet Rescue Report is NOT the point of contact. Thank you.