Updated 4/13/2023: Levi has been adopted per Wasco Animal Shelter!
Wasco, CA – A young German shepherd, just one to two years of age, is facing an untimely demise because the shelter he is being held at is out of room. The dog’s name is Levi and he is at the Wasco Animal Shelter, where he has been since he was picked up as a stray on March 27.
A volunteer-run group that uses social media to help save homeless dogs writes of the danger young Levi is in because the shelter is full:
Scheduled To Be PUT TO SLEEP For *space* end of day Weds April 12th.
***DOG FRIENDLY***LEVI is approximately a 1-2 year old, male, German Shepherd mix who is is great with staff and other dogs.Levi is described as being Friendly, Gentle, Playful, Athletic, Curious. Came in as a stray. 3/27
Notes on Levi’s Petfinder biography indicate that he is a friendly, playful dog:
LEVI came in as a stray. he is approximately a 1-2 year old, male, GERMAN SHEP. he was found as a stray and is great with staff and and other dogs. At the time it is unknown if LEVI is house/crate trained. Dogs are NOT tested with children; HIS behavior towards children is unknown.
Shelters across the nation are bursting at the seems and good dogs like Levi are being killed because there is simply nowhere to keep them. Please share Levi’s information to help him find an adopter before it is too late. German shepherds make excellent companions. They are known for their intelligence and devotion to their people.
Find Levi’s Petfinder link here.
5409 7th St.
Wasco, CA 93280
phone: (661) 758-7240
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the shelter. Animal Victory is NOT the point of contact and has NO affiliation with this shelter or this dog. Thank you.
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