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Cloe

Cloe

 

Cloe is a very well behaved 6 year old black and tan female who is very confused at being homeless.  She was found running on the freeway by a concerned animal lover.  Cloe was not wearing any tags and had only a choke collar around her neck.  The good Samaritan took Cloe to the local animal shelter so that her family could come and reclaim her.  Cloe waited day after day, but her family never came.  When Cloe's time "ran out" and she was scheduled to be destroyed, the kind rescuer reached into her own pocket to pay to bail her out and board her in a private facility.

It breaks our hearts when older dogs end up in animal shelters as they are frequently passed over again and again by adopters who believe that a puppy offers something that older dogs can't.  Cloe will fit in nicely with any home, as she is trained and quiet.  We can not understand why someone would not move heaven and earth to find this beautiful companion when she became lost.

Cloe is currently in a boarding facility.  If you wish to meet her, please send an email to the German Shepherd Rescue at gsrescue@gsrescue.org or call (818) 558-7560 and ask how you can arrange to meet Cloe.

EVERY PET SHOULD WEAR A PERMANENT ID TAG AT ALL TIMES.  A CHOKE COLLAR SHOULD ONLY BE USED DURING TRAINING.  DOGS CAN BECOME CAUGHT ON BRANCHES OR OTHER OBJECTS AND HANG THEMSELVES.

Cloe

 

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Last Updated 12/03/2021.