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|08-26-2014 10:16 PM|
|astrovan2487||great news, looks like this dog was adopted on the 24th. Thank you to whoever adopted her|
|08-20-2014 06:51 PM|
yeah I doubt the age too . Undocumented , age has a way of telescoping . But that is beside the point.
Instead of tarring and feathering these people who had to give up the dog , a "humane" society would enable them , to keep the dog in its (her/his) familiar surroundings , well fed and vet attention as needed.
That vet care includes the final visit , euthanasia and care of the remains, which could add up to 4 to 5 hundred $$$. If the family is financially distressed that means a lot !
The dog looks old but well cared for .
I am sure it wasn't easy for the people. They at least gave her an opportunity by placing her in a shelter .
this is almost schadenfreude , which is taking advantage of and enjoying other peoples misfortune.
give the people who have her vouchers for dog food or whatever .
I would contribute .
|08-20-2014 06:41 PM|
Originally Posted by astrovan2487 View Post
|08-20-2014 06:38 PM|
|08-20-2014 06:05 PM|
17 y/o female GSD California so sad
17-year-old German shepherd surrendered: Family could no longer afford her care - National Dogs | Examiner.com