Barber the Senior Sick Dog Waits for Rescue at the Shelter

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After spending years with her owners, Barber, a senior, white colored, mixed dog, believed to be a Siberian husky, was surrendered to the Department of Animal Care and Control County of Los Angeles, in Gardena, Calif. The pet suffers from a large mass on her side and she is on constant pain. Animal lovers are reaching out to rescue organizations trying to find a group that will make sure this old soul  doesn’t spend her last days in a shelter.

Barber was taken to the shelter on April 8, 2014. She was not spayed and little information is known on her previous life. Her owners had her for five years, and she spent most her time outside. She is not house trained, and it is unknown how she deals with other pets. She was surrendered because her owners couldn’t afford the costly medical treatments she needs for the growing mass.

A video has been circulating social media networks in an attempt to get her rescued.

 

The senior pet’s photograph has also been shared across different Facebook pages like Saving Carson Shelter Dogs, Save Our Roadie and The Kris Kelly Foundation.

After the image of the senior pet generated interest across social media platforms, and after various monetary pledges were made, The Kris Kelly Foundation stepped up to rescue the elder dog. Yet, as of today, Barber continues to wait for her guardian angels to come save her.

Our only hope is for this old soul to find the rescue and medical treatment she needs. She deserves to spend the rest of her life in a loving home.

For more information, you can contact:

Carson Shelter, Gardena, California
216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California
(310) 523-9566

or

The Kris Kelly Foundation
9903 Santa Monica Blvd #474
Beverly Hills, California 90212
(310) 989-8800

 

5 thoughts on “Barber the Senior Sick Dog Waits for Rescue at the Shelter”

  1. Has money been raised for her medical care and removal of the tumor??? She is
    such a sweet girl! I love in Wisconsin and I can’t have pets in my
    apartment but I’ll share her information. Love and prayers, Barber, for medical care and a loving forever home !

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  2. Why would we contact The Kris Kelley Foundation if they were the ones who took the pledges and left the poor dog at the facility?! Maybe I’m not understanding.

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  3. Get this dog the help she needs. Has anyone contact Red Rover? Don’t let her live one more day in pain, don’t let her die alone, thinking she is unloved.

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