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About Daphne

German Shepherd mix
Age: Puppy
Sex: Female

Courtesy Post: Daphne 2 Year Old Black German Shepherd Failed Too Many Times Now At Long Beach Animal Care Services If there's one thing I hate discovering/uncovering, it's dogs stuck in the proverbial 'shelter shuffle' getting lost and recycled in our animal welfare system. It happens far too often due to how we regard our pets in society, and I won't elaborate on that aspect further because for every one of these I find (almost daily) there's at least a dozen more just locally here in Southern California happening on a daily basis that no one is aware of... except the actual dog that is. Yesterday while searching for any additional photos online for a young black German Shepherd named 'Daphne' at the City of Long Beach Animal Care Services, a handful of photos and videos were found for another black German Shepherd also named 'Daphne' that made her rounds through half of the LA Animal Services locations through no direct faults of her own. And sure enough Daphne A660607 at LBACS is Daphne A1957409 from LAAS فظ÷%90 Daphne first arrived at the LAAS Harbor Shelter in October 2020 as a stray, she was adopted in March 2021 and returned a short time later due to the current pet in the home being too aggressive towards her. At that point she went to the LAAS West Valley Shelter, was adopted again, and subsequently returned a few days later due to being 'too big' for tenant restrictions on their rental agreement. She was returned to the South LA Shelter on that instance, and again quickly adopted. And then in July 2021 she was found tied up and abandoned where she made her way LBACS... 4 known shelters, 5 known homes, and now approaching an entire year of being a common and less discussed statistic in our animal welfare system. This post isn't to condemn any actions, just try to help paint a story for a dog because they don't have the ability to do it themselves in situations like this. A common statement I hear from people not interested in adopting dogs from a shelter is 'not knowing their past', so hopefully by giving you a years worth of a backstory on a 2 year old dog it might give her the right chance to find the right home to make 'right' on a few 'wrongs' we've done to her. So here's a years worth of photos and videos montaged into one clip from 4 shelters in the last 365 days. Daphne #A660607 is located at City of Long Beach Animal Care Services 7700 E Spring St, Long Beach, CA 90808 To Foster: [email protected] To Adopt: [email protected] Please note: the shelter is very short-staffed and as a result it can take several business days to receive a response to your inquiry. I would like to extend my support to those interested in fostering or adopting Daphne, and you can contact [email protected] or 714-699-3481 if you have German Shepherd experience and interested in fostering/adopting Daphne, and/or would like some assistance in the transition process of a shelter dog entering your home. #ShelterSpotlight #GermanShepherd #BlackGermanShepherd #GermanShepherdLove #AdoptaShelterDog

Orange County
costa mesa, California 92626

Compatibility

  • Good with Kids and Adults

Personality

  • Average Energy
  • Submissive

Health

  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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