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Save Ellie: Neglected senior poodle in need of love and kindness

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Ellie is ten-years-old, was found as a stray, and sits and waits at the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter for a miracle. When she first arrived, her hair was completely matted over her face; the staff cut her hair so that she could finally see.

What kind of owner allows a dog to be so neglected? The answer probably lies with the proof that Ellie was lost or abandoned and left to fend for herself. Ellie entered the shelter on July 2 and is due out on July 10. After that, this dog, who might still have years of life, can be euthanized.

Check Ellie's PetHarbor listing by clicking here. Please refer to #A468501.

A Facebook link for Ellie can be found by clicking here. Animal advocates are pledging funds to help with her rescue.

The San Bernardino City Animal Shelter is located at 333 Chandler Place in San Bernardino, Calif. 92408. Closed Sunday and Monday. Hours on Tuesday through Saturday are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Please call (909)-384-1304.

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