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Andrew the pittie with sore ears and saddest face: Needs to be rescued now

Young and friendly with a whole lifetime in front of him, if Andrew is rescued.
Pit-a-boo San Bernardino Pups

The San Bernardino City Animal Shelter classifies black and white Andrew as a pit bull, but volunteers think the affectionate and adorable one-year-old looks more boxer breed or an American bulldog.

Click here for Andrew's PetHarbor listing and refer to #A468905.

Andrew entered the shelter on July 10, and Thursday, July 17 was his expected exit date. Luckily, Andrew has not been euthanized, and hopefully this article will help to find him an emergency foster home or an approved rescue organization. Volunteers say Andrew's ears are raw and inflamed; likely the result of painful fly bites.

Click here for a Facebook thread to follow Andrew's plight.

Volunteer Sheila Pourteymoor stated, that Andrew was

"such a sweet boy! He came and laid by the bars; just let me stroke his head and his body."

A more comprehensive Facebook thread about Andrew can be found by clicking here.

Another volunteer writes:

"HELP! Andrew is just a puppy hidden and now forgotten.
NEED A PLAN? Many staff and volunteers have asked if I've seen the nice pup in kennel#1. I have and he is very scared, puppy like, young American Bulldog mix
Please help? Share?"

Please watch his video by clicking here.

Please share Andrew's story with your friends, family and coworkers. Sharing saves lives. It only takes a few moments to forward this article onto a Facebook friend or someone at work. The message only needs to find that one special person or organization who can help this dog.

For more information about this animal, call:
San Bernardino City Animal Control located at 333 Chandler Place in San Bernardino, Calif. Please call 909.384.1304
Ask for information about animal ID number A468905.

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