No interest in young, ‘shelter favorite’ dog at California animal control

A young dog held at a busy California animal control has had no interest, despite being a shelter favorite. The one-year-old pup, named Diesel, has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Palmdale facility since late March, and nobody wants him.

This week, his advocate writes:

When I walk by his kennel, he’s always barking and you don’t really get to see just how adorable his is. Well I’m telling you, he is. He’s a little shy at first, maybe for about 3 minutes and then he’s sweet and happy to get some love.


Out in the play yard with other dogs, he is friendly, engaging and playful. After greeting everyone in the play yard he would engage with a few of them in chasing and tumbling. He didn’t mind the other dogs that didn’t want to play. He’s a shelter favorite and now one of mine too ☺️ please help him be seen by sharing, tagging and commenting

Saving Diesel

Diesel may be a shelter favorite, but that won’t save him if he continues to be ignored and passed by. You can help save this young dog’s life by taking a moment to network his adoption information.

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Palmdale at (661) 575-2888
Ask for information about animal ID number A5341134

He’s available now at the County of Los Angeles Palmdale Animal Care Center
☎️(661)575-2888 press 5,2,2 call to make an appointment to visit and scoop him up!

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