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Must find loving home for this stray dog very soon. Female; California - willing to travel between Northern CA and Central Valley for someone who is truly able to provide loving home for this beautiful very friendly dog. Has been very good with older children.

Must find by this weekend; anyone able to provide home or know of an animal rescue that does NOT require 30 day waiting period and has room available?

Nearest animal shelter only keeps animals for 3 days before putting them to sleep - provides no chance to save this dog if must take to animal shelter instead.
 

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Have you taken the dog to a vet to be scanned for a microchip?
 

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Hi

Yes went to vet - NO chip.
also checked ads and pound - nothing.

The dog is quite thin and looks either neglected or having been abandoned for a while already. But very friendly and good with children.

Would be sad to not give this animal a chance to live and to provide love in someone's life (for a family).
 

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What city are you in? You say that your nearest AC will put her to sleep but could you perhaps take her to a town farther away that has more compassionate policies?
 

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Sometimes if you are willing to keep the dog a little longer,then a rescue will help with a courtesy listing.
 

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How long have you had her? In many areas you will have had to have the dog in your care and control for a certain period of time before you can legally give it away to someone else. Here in my county, a finder needs to have the dog in their possession for 30 days before they can legally give the dog away.

I would check with your local animal control and find out what your liability is before giving the dog away.

Depending on your location, there are a fair number of shelters in California that have wonderful adoption rates. The dogs best bet for a good outcome might very well be through one of those shelters.

Good luck.
Sheilah
 
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