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Beautiful, young German shepherd waits for owner who is not coming

Pat Gregoire

For nearly a month, a gorgeous German shepherd has been held at the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control facility in Baldwin Park, California; the dog, dubbed "Sheba," was picked up as a stray in La Puente.

Sheba had an owner - she is spayed and her physical condition at the time that she was taken in suggests that she had been receiving care. Unfortunately, whoever owned Sheba has not come forward to let the animal control agency know that she has a home.

United Hope for Animals shared the following information about this beautiful, one-year-old dog:

Sheba is a truly stunning girl who is smart, curious, and full of life. She is ready to learn the training basics all puppies need to grow into happy, healthy adults; and since she is so treat-motivated, we really think she will be ahead of the game. Because of her enthusiasm, Sheba will need a proper introduction to other dogs. But just because she has such a wonderful, young Shepherd energy, we expect her to be the ideal activity partner for the individual or family looking for a hiking or running buddy.

Please take a moment to network on behalf of Sheba - she has been at the facility for a long time and she needs a bit of help to find a new family.


  • Petharbor link here
  • SHEBA - ID#A4741033
  • Los Angeles County Animal Control - Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
  • Please direct ALL inquiries about this dog to the animal control facility; ask for information about animal ID number A4741033
  • Facebook thread for Sheba here
  • Video of Sheba here

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