Brooke is a beautiful female, black and tan German shepherd; hardly one-year-old. She was found roaming the streets and picked up as a stray. With her was a nine-month-old German shepherd named Brody, who also needs a home.
Both dogs entered the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter on August 5 and will be eligible for adoption on August 12. Please do not let them pass their listed "exit" date; at that time depending on overcrowded conditions, any dog is at risk of being euthanized.
Click here for Brooke's PetHarbor listing. When inquiring about this dog, please make sure to reference A470459.
Click here for Brody's PetHarbor listing. When inquiring about this dog, please make sure to reference A470460
Both dogs appear to be sweethearts. Why they were found as strays is a mystery.
Brooke looks very nervous and scared, but who wouldn't be in a similar situation where everything is unfamiliar? Follow Brooke's Facebook page by clicking here as volunteers try to help find this youngster a safe foster, rescue organization, or new home.
And not to overlook Brody, please click here for his Facebook thread.
It only takes a few moments to forward this article onto a Facebook friend or someone at work. The message only needs to find a special person or organization who can help these dogs.
For more information about these dogs:
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 A470459 (Brooke) or A470460 (Brody).
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