10/25 UPDATE: MALE ADOPTED. FEMALE STILL LISTED
San Bernardino, CA – On October 5, two stunning young dogs were picked up as strays and taken to the San Bernardino City Animal Control. The year-old dogs, believed to be siblings, were released from their stray hold on October 9 but nobody came forward to reclaim them, adopt them, or rescue them.
Now the Belgian Malinois pups are at risk, just like every other unclaimed, unwanted dog at the busy animal control facility.
It is difficult to comprehend how gorgeous, young, healthy dogs can be unwanted and at risk of being put down…but it is a sad reality facing thousands upon thousands of pets across the nation. Rescue groups are full and people are surrendering dogs and cats faster than they are adopting them.
In the current climate, beautiful dogs like these siblings are being killed for no reason other than a lack of space and a lack of resources to properly care for them until adopters can be found.
You can help save these pups from being killed by sharing their adoption information. Time is of the essence to save them from dying.
Adoption profile for ID# A559824, “Amber” here.
Adoption profile for ID# A559823, “AJ” here.
For further information, please call (909) 384-1304
Rescue partners: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
San Bernardino, CA 92408
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