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Meet Joey: Adoption time is running short for mellow one-year-old pittie

"If I look at you with my big friendly eyes, will you save me?"
"If I look at you with my big friendly eyes, will you save me?"
San Bernardino City Shelter

UPDATE: It saddens me to report that Joey was euthanized by the San Bernardino City Shelter. Rest in peace Joey. I am sorry we couldn't save you.

Everyone loves Joey; this fawn and white, one-year-old pit bull mix is just so mellow, he could charm the mischief out of a child. Of course, shouldn't every youngster have a dog and learn how to be compassionate and kind? What a difference that would make.

Unfortunately, Joey has been at the San Bernardino City Shelter where he was picked up as a stray since June 30; his exit date was June 8. This dog could be euthanized at anytime; please act quickly and save this boy's life.

Click here for Joey's PetHarbor listing. Please refer to #A468321.

A Facebook thread describing Joey's desperate plight can be followed by clicking here.

A volunteer who has met Joey writes:

"Cari NO Bsl Ennis - When I first met Joey, he was in isolation. Really impressed with how calm he appeared. Very happy to see they moved him to a regular kennel. You can just tell he is a wonderful boy!"

More information can be found by clicking here.

Please share Joey's story with your friends, family and coworkers. Sharing saves lives. It only takes a few moments to forward this article onto a Facebook friend or someone at work. The message only needs to find that one special person or organization who can help this dog.

For more information about this animal, call:
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 A468321

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