Taylor is listed as only four-years-old, yet her physical description of the female blue and white pit bull mix is a sad testament to having been terribly mistreated and neglected. Now at the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter, Taylor’s eyes are clouded over and oozing a green slime while her ears appear to have been bitten up by flies; yet her videos reflect a shy, friendly and loving dog ready to find a home and finally some responsible care.
Taylor will be available for adoption on August 1. She has been at the shelter since July 25. Please refer to #A469807.
Volunteer Cari NoBslEnnis, accompanied by her young daughter, personally met Taylor and had this to write about the sweet and extra-friendly pooch in Kennel #45:
“…Loved my daughter. Very mellow. Her eyes are cloudy. Wiped so much gunk out of them, not sure if she is seeing at 100%. Her ears have fly strikes. Applied antibiotic ointment, but will need to see a vet for the insides. Such a wonderful girl. Looks like they bred her for profit, then discarded.”
Please click here for Taylor’s PetHarbor listing.
Judge for yourself by watching this video how much Taylor really wants to be rescued. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCSvzzw_Blg&feature=youtu.be
Follow a Facebook thread as volunteers try to help Taylor by clicking here.
Another thread is available by clicking here.
And more information can be found here.
An additional video is also included.
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For more information about this animal, call:
San Bernardino City Animal Control located at 333 Chandler Place in San Bernardino, Calif. Please call 909.384.1304
Ask for information about animal ID number A469807.
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