A young, handsome dog has found himself locked away at a busy California animal shelter. The dog, dubbed Ronald, appears to be happy and healthy…but nobody seems to want him. Can a dog with little to no interest have any hope of ever leaving a shelter?
Ronald is completely unable to help himself out of this terrible situation – aside from offering up hopeful eyes and a gentle wag of his tail, he is destined to remain locked away behind bars like a criminal.
Saving this young dog
Ronald is just two years of age – in the prime of his life. But he is just another homeless dog…easy to overlook and ignore. Though people have left comments of “shared” on his social media post, nobody has said, “yes, I will save his life!”
Time is running out for Ronald – he has been locked away since mid-December and it doesn’t appear that anyone is coming to get him. You can lend Ronald a hand by networking his adoption information – somewhere out there is the one person who is capable of giving him the home that he deserves.
Inland Valley Humane Society and SPCA (Pomona, California)
Phone: 909 623-9777 (please reference ID# and Kennel# not “Ronald”)
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the animal shelter. The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact for this dog for any questions relating to availability, health, or demeanor.