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Two German shepherds out of sight for public: Life is so unfair for shelter dogs

UPDATE: Both dogs have been adopted. Thank you to everyone for sharing their story and bringing more awareness to the plight of dogs stuck in the shelter system.

Two young shepherds find solace with each other. They are so scared at the shelter.  Please network their desperate plight.
Donna Wall/ San Bernardino City Animal Shelter

Two young German shepherds, who cuddle together to comfort each other, are being held in Kennel 5 which is barely visible as visitors interested in adopting a new friend walk through the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter campus.

Boone, a one-year-old white shepherd (A469788) and Blake, a tan and black shepherd (A469787) were found as strays. Meanwhile, their young lives are hanging in limbo; the dogs' exit date was for Friday, August 1.

Click here for Boone's PetHarbor listing. He's just all legs and paws! Please reference A469788.

Click here for Blake's PetHarbor listing. When he's relaxed, he's as playful as can be. Please reference A468787.

Make sure you watch their video; it will melt your heart.

Follow both dogs' thread on Facebook by clicking here.

See more about Boone by clicking here.

See more about Blake by clicking here.

The dogs do not need to be adopted together, although that would be the perfect arrangement. It is more important that both dogs find safe and loving homes.

Please share Boone and Blake's story with your friends, family and coworkers. Sharing saves lives.

It only takes a few moments to forward this article onto a Facebook friend or someone at work. The message only needs to find a special person or organization who can help these dogs.

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 numbers A469788 and A469787.

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