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Amazing Old English Sheepdog (Van Nuys)
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Date: 2009-04-16, 4:21PM PDT
For more information about this animal, call:
East Valley Animal Care and Control Center at (888) 452-7381
Ask for information about animal ID number A1022113
LADY - ID#A1022113
My name is Lady and I am an unaltered female, white and gray Old English Sheepdog.
The shelter thinks I am about 4 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Apr 09, 2009.
Jaci & the Herd
Maggie, Meesha, Emma, Darby, Kaytee, Panda & Bumble
|I forwarded all information to the Southern California Pet Orphans in Van Nuys. I adopted Clayden from this private rescue group. I told them I will take care of all financial need for Lady until she is adopted if they can pull her out from the shelter. They work close with that animal shelter, that's where they pulled Clayden from.
I wish I could take her but I am in the process of moving. I don't think I can take in a new dog until we settle down in the new house.
|Another one rescued!
Please cross post – I can’t believe how many people are sending this around. I swear it may rival the amount of people who have watched the lady singer from Scotland on Britain ’s Got Talent.
We quietly went to East Valley shelter on Tuesday, April 14 (a one hour drive). Was there at 8 AM and the only one wanting to adopt her. Otherwise she goes to “silent auction” - where one writes down how much above the $78.00 to adopt her that they will pay – whoever is the high bidder pays and adopts. Someone at the shelter gave her the name “Lady” which is funny as that actually was her birth Mothers name (see below).
It was so close – we waited about 30 minutes and then they came out and said there was a problem – She has a MICROCHIP. We waited while they got a name from the microchip company. Then we surprised them when we asked if the name was “-------“. How did we know, they asked? Simple, she is the same “lady” that has produced at least 14 other OES that we have rescued in the past 2 years. This OES looks just like the now four 2.5 year old boys that we rescued last year even down to the bad tail docking.
Anyway, they are going to try to get “the owner” to release her but the phone is no good. We will check each day to see how it is going. Otherwise, it will be on Saturday, April 25 when we can get her out – unless many people show up and are willing to pay more than the adoption rate.
This goes on everyday in rescue – this is what rescue quietly does – go rescue OES at shelters. This is the 57th email about this dog in the last 36 hours. I can never figure out why one dog gets so much interest and others don’t.
|this is posted on BONE i am assuming it is the same dog and not in danger?
A friend worked at the East Valley Animal Shelter in LA last week, and the dog below is in desperate need of a home. This four year old Sheepdog has just one week left before his time is up..
If you are interested, the Animal Shelter contact information is below:
East Valley Animal Shelter
14409 Vanowen St.,
Van Nuys, CA 91405
We hope we can save his life.
|I was at the vet yesterday and a lady told me about this dog also 2 more oes at this shelter-
2 10 month old males- unaltered- been there since aprl 21
|that's odd.. Why Van Nuys? Is there a Southern California Rescue organization? My family's out in Westlake Village with an OES pup- maybe they can help.|
|Van Nuys is the location for the North Valley Animal shelter. We also have a West Valley Animal shelter in Chatsworth. I grew up in the valley, so I know where they are. Your family should check into it if they want to. I can't tell you about the So Cal rescue. I have never had any positive experiences with them.|
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