Toby Owner surrender NEEDS OUT W/IN 72 HOURS or will be euthanized. Was teased by a kid….you know the restPLEDGES NEEDED Downey *72 hour rescue notice w/indemnity waiver Toby A4631064 10yr Neutered tan terrier mix 12 lbs.** PLS HELP TOBY TO LIVE QUESTIONS CAN BE ANSWERED 24/7 AT (562) 940-6898IF YOU HAVE PLACEMENT:PLEASE EMAIL DOWNEY ANIMAL CARE CENTER STAFFNew Contact Email for all Rescue placement: DowneyACC@animalcare.lacounty.govToby A4631064 10yr Neutered tan terrier mix 12 lbsOwner surrender 2/26/20TOBYToby is available to adoption partners only with a signed Indemnity waiver for a previous biteVictim was walking dog and stopped to talk to a member of the public. She was giving the dog a treat when it bit her on the right thumb.I am the happiest when I feel safe. He plays well with other dogs. Toby would benefit from some basic manners training
My name is Needs rescue and I am an unaltered male, white Siberian Husky. Shelter staff think I am about 4 years old. I have been at the shelter since Mar 10, 2020.
For more information about the adoption process, click here: Animal Control. Note that the last adoption will start at 4:30 pm.
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This information is 14 minutes old and may not represent all of the animals at Animal Control. For more information about this animal, call: San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304 Ask for information about animal ID number A531620
CALL AHEAD FOR APPT ALL DOGS BELOW ARE IN DANGER OF BEING PUT TO DEATH DUE TO CORONA VIRUS SITUATION……PLZ HELP SAVE THEM.BIG DOGS ARE BACKING UP AND SHELTER HAS BEGUN KILLING DOGS THAT ARE RO AND OVERDUE OUT AS WELL AS SOME LONG TIMERS LIKE MANY BELOW UGH!RESCUE ONLY DOGS ARE KEPT IN BACK WHERE THEY CANNOT BE SEEN AND CAN BE KILLED AT ANY TIME. MAKE SURE YOU CALL SHELTER TO CONFIRM WHEN ANY DOG YOU WISH TO SAVE IS AVAILABLE TO RESCUE. RESCUE ONLY DOGS ARE AVAILABLE TO RESCUERS ON DAY AVAILABLE.
RESCUE & FUNDS NEEDED NOW SBCSHELTER IS KILLING HIM & OTHERS IF NOT OUT NOW MANY IN SHELTERS DUE TO BE KILLED IF NOT OUT BY 5PM
—***SHELTER CONTACT INFO:–To place a rescue hold on any animal, please provide the name of your rescue, the name of your puller, the date of the pull, the animal’s ID# and send email to: SBRescue@sbcity.org & FOLLOWUP WITH A PHONE CALL ! —Anyone wanting to foster an SBC dog can look for information and fill out the form at http://sbcdogs.nvecs.com/ City of San Bernardino Animal Control 333 Chandler Place San Bernardino, CA –Hours of operation: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm (Adoption and Rescues at counter stop at 4:30PM) Closed Sunday and Monday Telephone: (909) 384-1304—–For all rescues and adopters. You must call the San Bernardino, CA shelter first to make an appointment. Appointments can be made Tues->Sat from 10am to 4pm. Make sure you call in advance and confirm an appt date & time. Also get the person’s name who has confirmed the appointment. Shelter’s address is 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA Phone (909) 384-1304
For those who aren’t familiar with Darrien’s story, he Darrien was found in someone’s yard in Duplin County NC and was thought to be dead. Animal Control was called and he was taken to the shelter but because of his overall condition and the significant “deformity” in his rear legs, it was thought unlikely that any rescue group would commit to him so he wasn’t put on the list of shelter dogs “available for rescue”. It was just by chance that Darrien’s information reached us just in time as he was scheduled to be PTS.
Darrien is a miracle boy not just because he was saved and can now walk normally, but he NEVER HAD SURGERY to repair his severed tendons!* Darrien still has many scars from his past including torn ears, an old injury on his foot, nails that will always be crooked, missing teeth and teeth worn down to the gums, and callouses from old pressure sores that have never entirely healed. These are his badges of honor and serve to remind us of his past. The many years of abuse and neglect take a toll on these older Hounds and we’ve come to expect that new health issues will develop over time. Darrien had a couple of masses removed in 2018. They turned out to be benign growth of various types so we’re hopeful the one that recently appeared is as well.