UPDATE: Mitch has been rescued. He is safe, will be treated for his medical problems, and then be made available for adoption through the rescue organization. Thank you to everyone who shared his story, contributed to his medical needs, and helped with his rescue.
Sharing saves lives.
Young Mitch is being held in the dark, isolated Kennel 24 at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter.
An owner surrender, for no apparent reason, the adorable brown and white pit bull mix named Mitch is only two-years-old. Sadly, Mitch has been displaying symptoms of an extreme upper respiratory infection commonly referred to as kennel cough.
A volunteer states Mitch is:
Very good with all the dogs when I walked him through the kennels. Didn't show ANY sign of aggression. Wagging tail all the time with me WHILE TEMP TEST.! Very strong boy, I love him! FULL OF LIFE!
There have been two videos of a volunteer working with Mitch. One video can be seen by clicking here.
A second video can be viewed by clicking here.
On Wednesday, Mitch wouldn't even come out of his kennel; this poor young dog is shutting down.
Please share Mitch's story with your friends, family, and coworkers. Donations are currently being pledged for a reputable rescue interested in giving this wonderful dog a second chance. Please reference Mitch with ID#A462729.
For more information about rescuing, fostering, or adopting:
SAN BERNARDINO CITY SHELTER: To ADOPT or RESCUE – ADOPTIONS PAYABLE over the PHONE! - For EXTENSION and to HOLD the dog. CALL TODAY at 9 AM (909) 384-1304.
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