Life at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter (SBAS), in San Bernardino, California, is tough to say and write the least. The dogs and cats trapped in the facility are given no more than a few weeks to find forever families before they are “humanely euthanized” to free up valuable kennel space, as the cash strapped, county funded shelter likes to put it.
For one pup named Jazzy, she could tell you all about the drama, noise, chaos, and confusion of life at the SBAS. Her owner couldn’t care for her anymore, unfortunately, and so one day, she gathered all her things and surrendered her to the SBAS.
The sweet loving, high energy one-year-old German Shepherd pup isn’t taking the betrayal easy. In the beginning days of her confinement, shelter staff describes her as upbeat and jovial. However, as the time has dragged on, and no adoption offers, the young pup has become more and more despondent to the point where she is just too sad to greet shelter patrons anymore. Sad indeed.
Fidonation, if you or someone you know interested in giving this precious pup the forever family she rightfully deserves, please contact the SBAS at (909) 384-1304 and reference the shelter ID #A506262.
Additionally, please share this story of Jazzy on Facebook or Twitter, so we are closer to finding her a forever family.