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Stunning stray shepherd mix has fallen ill and needs to leave the shelter

Dog in need of adoption/rescue
Dog in need of adoption/rescue
Via Facebook/Bella Moochie

Update 9/4/14: Adoption pending!

A stunning Belgian sheepdog/shepherd mix arrived to the Ramona Humane Society in San Jacinto, California, as a stray and since her arrival, she has fallen ill with kennel cough. Unfortunately, the sickness, though considered to be treatable, has left the unnamed dog in danger - she needs to exit the facility by tomorrow evening.

The profile on the shelter's website for the four-year-old dog reads:

This beautiful girl came to us as a stray so we estimate her age to be 4 years old. She weighs 51.2 lbs. She is absolutely gorgeous! Sweet personality, stunning dog! She's a little overwhelmed being here, but she is eager to be friends!

She is up to date on her shots, seems to get along w/her kennel mate and will be spayed prior to her adoption.

This beautiful dog deserves the opportunity to live out the rest of her life with a family. Please take a moment to network on her behalf.

  • POTENTIAL ADOPTERS: Please contact the front desk at the shelter. Their phone number is 951-654-8002 ext. 4. Please have the animal description and identification number(s) available.
  • RESCUES: Please contact Rachel McKee, the Rescue Coordinator at Ramona Humane Society, via telephone @ (951) 654-8002 ext. 224 or (951) 260-7204. You can also email Rachel @
  • PULLERS: Rescue authorizes puller – Identification is required for release.
  • Animal ID: 48801
  • Please direct ALL inquiries about this dog to the facility where she is being held
  • Ramona Humane Phone (951) 654-8002
  • Facebook thread for this dog here

Note: Potential adopters are advised that as long as this dog's adoption contract is completed (faxed is okay) and her adoption fee is paid prior to 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4 she can be adopted with the understanding that she must stay at the shelter until she is well and can be spayed.

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