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They euthanize pretty dogs too: Tiffany in high kill California shelter

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Tiffany is only three years old with lots of life, spirit and enthusiasm to make someone a great companion, but she sits and waits for her life to end at the San Bernardino City Animal Control.

The female, black and tan Chow Chow and German shepherd mix sports a huge smile and her PetHarbor link still shows the optimism in her face.

"Look at me! Please someone take me home, and I will be your best friend," Tiffany pleads with her expressive brown eyes.

Tiffany has been at the shelter since May 15 and was eligible to be adopted on May 22. Thus far, there have been nearly 250 shares and almost $200 in pledges available to an approved rescue organization to rescue and foster this beautiful, calm dog.

Follow her desperate plight to be rescued on Facebook by clicking here.

Tiffany's story can also be followed by clicking here.

San Bernardino City Animal Shelter is located at 333 Chandler Place in San Bernardino. Please refer to ID# A465667 when inquiring about Tiffany. Call (909)-384-1304.

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