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Meg: German shepherd at San Bernardino shelter cries out for attention

Meg is a two-year-old beautiful black and tan German shepherd crying out for attention behind the metal bars of her temporary residence in Kennel 1 at the high kill animal shelter of San Bernardino City Animal Control in Calif.

Please help to save Meg; she is a young German shepherd who cries out in fear.
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Meg may have a prolapsed uterus, although there has been no veterinarian examination done. The volunteer filming Meg's short video stated the dog cries for attention and may possibly be in pain.

"I reported seeing something wrong with Meg going on under her tail. The staff didn't know anything; I hope they get her some medical help, because she is just sitting in the kennel crying. I'm sure she is very scared, but I also think she is in pain," stated the volunteer.

Please click here for Meg's PetHarbor listing. Brought in as a stray, Meg trembled with fear at intake on July 15. She will be eligible for adoption on July 22. (the exit date listed on PetHarbor may be an error. Please verify in advance.)

Follow Meg's desperate plight on Facebook as volunteers and humane advocates pledge funds to help a qualified rescue organization.More information can be found by clicking here.

Please watch her video.

Please share Meg'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 A469138.

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