Gardena, CA – A young dog at the Carson Animal Services facility is doing poorly after winding up homeless and stuck behind the bars of her kennel run. Hibiscus, a two-year-old Havanese mix, was taken in at the shelter facility on October 4 and it is clear that she is terrified and distressed.
At some point in her life, Hibiscus was loved. But today, she is just another terrified, unwanted shelter dog who is struggling at the animal care facility.
You can see the fear and trepidation in Hibiscus’ eyes. And because of her extreme fear, she will likely only be saved if a rescue group can step up to take her in.
On Tuesday, the Saving Carson Shelter Dogs Facebook page wrote:
Needs a FOSTER and RESCUE 🔴
She is about two years old and she came in Very upset. She’s starting to feel a little better but she’s going to need help quickly. Please share, she will need a Foster and rescue to save her.
You can help this terrified dog find the help she needs by sharing her adoption information. The more her profile is shared, the better her chances of being seen, and saved.
Adoption profile here.
Located At: Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson
Description: My name is Hibiscus.
I am described as a female, white and black Havanese mix.
Age: The shelter thinks I am about 2 years old.
More Info: I have been at the shelter since Oct 04, 2023.
Location: Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson
Phone Number: (310) 523-9566
Address: 216 West Victoria Street
Gardena, CA 90248
Note: Please call the shelter directly. Animal Victory is not the point of contact for this dog and has no affiliation with this dog or this facility. Thank you!
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