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Eight-year-old boxer returned to shelter because of new baby: Second time

Ginger was originally adopted from the shelter and returned three years later when the family had a baby. Now Ginger is on death row.
Pat Gregoire

Meet Ginger; a purebred Boxer who has had the misfortune of being returned to Baldwin Park Animal Shelter twice. Her family surrendered her because of a new baby. Ginger is listed as approximately eight years old and has already been spayed.

Click here for her pet listing. Please refer to A3566425.

Please share Ginger's plea for help as volunteers pledge funds to a qualified rescue able to save this dog.

Additional conversations about Ginger can be read by clicking here.

Please note a volunteer has added the following information for Ginger:

"Owners brought her to shelter because they had a baby. Ginger has until the 28th only.

Ginger also scored an A on her temp test."

Ginger has been at the Baldwin Animal Care Center since August 12, 2014 and was available the same day. She can be seen at her temporary home at B336. Please share Ginger's story to your friends, family and coworkers. It only takes one special person to make that amazing connection and rescue a dog. Sharing saves lives.

Baldwin Park shelter is open for Adoptions seven days a week. They are located at 4275 Elton Street, Baldwin Park, California 91706

Phone 626. 430. 2378

Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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