On August 8, a stunning German shepherd lost her home and family when she was surrendered to a busy animal control facility in Moreno Valley, Calif.
According to the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter, the dog was left in the custody of the busy animal control facility because her family was moving and for reasons unknown, they were either unable to, or unwilling to, take their companion with them to their new home.
Today, the beautiful three-year-old German shepherd, named "Breeze," is one of dozens of homeless dogs at the facility who is in need of a new family. At the time that this article was published, over 150 dogs were in the care of this particular shelter facility.
On August 17, the Facebook page, Friends of Moreno Valley Shelter Animals, wrote the following words about Breeze:
Volunteer met her today and said she was really sweet, curious and inquisitive. She would stand on her back legs peering over through the kennel bars to see what was going on and what she is missing out on.
Breeze is a lovely dog, who is in the prime of her life and now she is in a situation which requires the help of strangers to get out of. Please take a moment to help network Breeze's information.
- Petharbor link for Breeze here
- ID number A438873
- Age 3 years
- Facebook thread for Breeze here
- Moreno Valley Animal Shelter at (951) 413-3790
- Please direct ALL inquiries about this dog to the facility where she is being held; ask for information about animal ID number A438873
- Temperament information must be obtained from the Morena Valley Animal Shelter directly
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