Update 2/10/16: Rescued!
A handsome German shepherd, named “Stanley,” is waiting to be noticed at the Los Angeles Animal Services – East Valley Shelter in California. Stanley arrived to the facility on January 9, and he was suffering from skin condition which was apparently the result of his living conditions prior to arrival at the shelter.
On January 25, the Facebook page, LA Animal Rescue.org, wrote:
This senior male #GermanShepherd is very cooperative and gentle. He has a bad skin condition from never being bathed and from being chained outside.
Stanley was treated to a much-needed grooming session and he “loved it.” Now, this 10-year-old dog is in need of a new, loving home where he will be treated with kindness – a home where he will not be forced to live outside, and a home where he will know what it means to be cherished.
Please help Stanley find his new home by sharing his adoption information. Petharbor link here. Facebook thread here. Los Angeles Animal Services – East Valley Shelter at (888) 452-7381/ask for information about animal ID number A1605609.
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the animal control facility. The National Dog News Examiner is NOT the contact.
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