Last call – homeless German shepherd out of time at busy shelter


The last call has been given for a young German shepherd, in the prime of his life at just two years of age. The dog, dubbed Tarzan, has been held at the Riverside County Animal Control – San Jacinto Valley Animal Campus in California since February 8, and he has to leave.

On Friday, Tarzan’s advocate writes:

Hi, I’m TARZAN. My final walk has been scheduled. I’ve been so scared in 24/7 lock up since 2/8/20. I thought I had a new family, but they dumped me back to die.

Tarzan was adopted by someone, but they returned him, which often equates to a death sentence. Please network Tarzan’s information to help him find a reputable rescue group or responsible and loving owner.

Petharbor link here.

Riverside County Animal Prison – San Jacinto
San Jacinto, Ca.
Phone Number: (951) 358-7387
Fax Number: (951) 358-7300

Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the animal shelter.

UPDATE: Dog – ID#A1569334

I am a neutered male, black and brown German Shepherd Dog. The shelter staff think I am about 2 years and 2 months old. (I HAVE BEEN RESCUED!)

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Broken-hearted Rottweiler crushed in fear at Texas shelter

The shelter has named this broken-hearted Rottweiler mix Blanche. Brought to the shelter on Valentine’s Day, Blanche is crushed in fear and is having a difficult time coping at the shelter with the loud noises and with people she doesn’t recognize.

Check out her video: (copy and paste url into your browser)

https://www.facebook.com/houstonsavelivesisourmission/videos/792255651184046/

At Houston, Save Lives is our Mission, Blanche’s plight has been shared, however no rescue or foster has yet to come forward:

“Shelter volunteer is asking for HELP since no interest so far! 😪 this girl is crashed on fear, very timid, she needs to feel is safe and is more than the world of the streets for her.. she learned that many humans pass by and not one actually show her some care and love. Please she needs for sure a BIG patience foster and rescue who will take time with her!,” a volunteer posted on the group’s social media page.

At this time, Blanche is only available for rescue; she is just too frightened and desperately needs our help. Share with approved rescue organizations. She deserves better. She needs to learn to trust again.

For more information about Blanche, contact:

Please contact volunteer for Conroe Animal Shelter Tara at phone 501-339-7773. She is only for RESCUE NOT ADOPTION! Please can you share? PLEDGES need it for a rescue for help this girl who needs to learn to trust on humans again and feel real love! Can we make that happen?

Make sure to reference #A028437.

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Little boy leaves his puppy at shelter so his father can’t abuse it

A little boy left his puppy outside of a shelter in the Mexican state of Michoacan late last week with a note and the puppy’s favorite toy. He wanted to make sure his puppy was safe and his father would not be able to abuse it.

My name is Andrés and I am 12 years old. My mom and I decided to leave my dog in your hands, hiding it from my dad because he is thinking about selling him. But he mistreats and kicks him. One day he kicked him so hard that he hurt his tail. I hope you can help and take care of him,” he wrote in the letter.

“I left him a stuffed animal so he won’t forget me.”

The shelter, Refugio Xollin found the adorable puppy. And on their Facebook page posted the following:

“Someone left this dog at the door of the shelter, inside a box, with a plush toy and a note. The note was written by a kid and he explained his dad was always beating the dog and was planning to sell him, So, in such a state of despair, he left the dog here to save him.”

Video: (way too cute)

Posted by Rod Ch on Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The puppy named Rene has had hundreds of requests to adopt him already, however the shelter will wait until the puppy is well enough to be rehomed.

The shelter has been taking great care of Rene and reassured Andres his puppy will be fine.

“Andrés, to you that you left this little guy at the door of Xollin I tell you that you can be quiet, because in command of Rous Segura and Rescate Xollin the big head will arrive at the best home, that’s what we We are waiting for you soon one day at the shelter to chat with you, you did an act of pure love, because you put the well-being of another being alive before any feeling of attachment or dependence, Bravo Andrés!!! With you the future of our world is…” [translation]

The shelter does have more than a 100 dogs who need loving homes just like Rene. Check them out and adopt your new best friend.

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