Wednesday, September 28, 2011
JAZ A1237432: Beautiful GSD at WLA in desperate need of a home
"Please help me! I am going crazy in this cage". If Jaz could talk those would be the words coming out of her mouth. Being caged and never getting out to run or play is taking its toll on this beautiful one year old spayed German Shepherd. She literally tries to climb the walls of her cage in an effort to get out. It is a heartbreaking sight to see her trying to crawl her way up and out. Jaz was adopted once but was returned because she was reportedly aggressive towards the owner's other dog however at the shelter she has been OK with other dogs but under supervision. She has been at the West Los Angeles Animal Shelter since August 21, 2011.
Jaz is described as smart and a dog who knows her commands. She is food motivated but has a soft mouth. She is described as a little shy but is a good dog who is stunningly beautiful.
Shelter life is hard on any dog but for many German Shepherds being caged for days and weeks on end creates stress that can be seen in their behavior. Jaz needs a home like every shelter dog. Please help her find her forever home. (written by Mirja Bishop)
West LA City Shelter 310-207-3266 Tues-Sat 8-5, Sun 11-5
11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064
Contact: Samantha Westbrook, NEW HOPE COORDINATOR