On July 28, a friendly dog named “Tank,” was brought to the San Bernardino City Shelter in California by the neighbor of a man who was sent to jail at the first of the month. According to the woman who is surrendering the dog, Tank loves to play ball and he adores playing with children.
Tank has done nothing to deserve his current doggy jail sentence – he is a victim of circumstance. Unfortunately, the facility where he is currently being housed is perpetually full and his odds of being adopted or rescued are relatively slim. A woman who left a comment on Tank’s Facebook thread stated, “This is my friend’s dog. He was arrested these dogs are his life.”
Tank does appear to be a dog who was loved – he is well fed (perhaps a bit too well fed), he is neutered and microchipped and he appears to be quite friendly and well-socialized. A video of Tank, at the time that he was surrendered, is posted to Facebook. In the video, Tank is wagging his tail and responsive to those who are talking to him.
Please help Tank beat his death sentence – he does not deserve to be locked away and he certainly does not deserve to be killed. Information to save Tank’s life:
- Petharbor link here
- TANK – ID#A458466
- San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304
- Facebook thread, including video here
- All inquiries about this dog must be made to the city shelter – the National Dog News Examiner is NOT the contact
National Dog News Examiner on Facebook.