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Emaciated Great Dane in urgent need of rescue from Calif. high kill shelter

This four-year-old Great Dane was picked up as a stray and is extremely weak. Humane advocates are trying to find a rescue who can help.
Pat Gregoire

UPDATE: Rescued! Thank you everyone for sharing her story. As we continue to see, sharing saves lives.

Found as a stray with no identification, this extremely underweight black, brindle and white Great Dane waits at the Baldwin Animal Care Center with a questionable future. Estimated to be only four-years-old, this unaltered male arrived at the shelter on July 23 and was available for adoption on Sunday.

Click here for his Los Angeles County listing.

Sadly, this dog has not been named and he is listed as rescue only at this point. According to the shelter, the dog has trouble standing on his rear legs.

Follow the thread on Facebook by clicking here as volunteers try to find a legitimate rescue to come to the aid of this boy.

If there are any Great Dane breed rescues in Southern California, please respond on the referenced link above. As of this time, he is located in Kennel 4 with no public view or access. Please reference A4737042 when making inquiries.

The Baldwin Park shelter is available for adoptions seven days a week. The shelter is located at 4275 Elton Street, in Baldwin Park, California 91706. Please call 626. 430. 2378

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

Sharing saves lives. Please take a few moments and forward this article to a friend, relative or coworker. Even if you are unable to help, someone may be looking for a Great Dane, or know of someone who would fall in love with this dog and help.

Looking for a four-legged friend to love and to tell your secrets to everyday? Why not adopt a shelter pal; they know they have been rescued ... they might even rescue you. Why shop when you can adopt?

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