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Handsome Shepherd Wants To Be Someone’s Friend, But He Is Out Of Time

Downey, CA – A handsome German shepherd named Buddy is desperate to be someone’s friend, but he is running out of time. The seven-year-old dog has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey facility since July 4, but nobody has come forward to claim him as their own.

Handsome shepherd wants to be someone's friend
Handsome shepherd wants to be someone’s friend

An advocate writes:

Out Of Time ‼️
Friendly, cuddly and your best buddy …
Is Buddy the Handsome GSD
He’s just that special dog who will make friends with everyone.
He needs help now.
Buddy #A5565111 7yrs neutered black and brown German Shepherd mix 60 lbs.
Stray on 07/04/23

It is unbearable to consider the possibility that Buddy might die simply because the shelter is full and he has run out of time. It simply is not fair.

Please help this deserving shepherd find his way out of this facility alive. German shepherds are faithful, devoted companions and most anyone would be lucky to call Buddy their own.

Handsome shepherd out of time
Handsome shepherd out of time

Find Buddy’s adoption profile here.

Location: Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey
Phone Number: (562) 940-6898
Address: 11258 South Garfield Avenue
Downey, CA 90242
Note: Please contact the shelter directly for all inquiries about this dog. Animal Victory is NOT the point of contact and has no affiliation with this dog or this shelter facility. Thank you.

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    • Of course there is no free transport, the city and county shelters are run on a shoestring budget. But, if you are willing to pay for the transportation, I’m sure a local rescue person or organization would be willing to step up and get the dog out of the pound and put him on a plane, train or pet transport service to get to you. If you want him, call the shelter now and start calling around rescues in area.

  1. It is a pity, that now I can not express – it is very occupied. I will return – I will necessarily express the opinion on this question.



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