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Trio of orphans: Toy fox terrier puppies needing help at overcrowded shelter

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Three orphaned puppies, each one more adorable than the next huddle together just to feel safer. San Bernardino City Animal Shelter is a scary place for ones so small and vulnerable. All will be available for adoption Friday morning on August 15.

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Let us begin with A470721; a little black and brown female toy fox terrier. Click here for her PetHarbor listing.

Next is A470722; a blonde little male toy fox terrier. Click here for his PetHarbor listing.

And finally is A470723; a blonde, black and brown female toy fox terrier. Click here for her PetHarbor listing.

Only a limited amount of information has been supplied by the shelter, however volunteers are trying to coordinate efforts for a rescue organization to help. Individuals may also adopt these puppies. They have been at the shelter since August 8. Poor little ones need to be bathed, brushed and cuddled.

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For more information about this dog:

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 #A470721, A470722, A470723.

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