When I got off the freeway near the 10 after delivering Candy (rescued from WLA) on Saturday, I saw two small puppies almost get hit by a car. They were very thin and skittish. The Black SpanLab puppy walked very slow, he must have been starved and just exhausted. The female Pug was feisty, she has cherry eye in both eyes. I sat down and called for the black spanlab to come, he did and I looped a loop leash around him. I walked him to my car all the while the feisty pug following and barking at me. I got the lab into my car and told the pug, "it's all right girl come inside" she did. They curled tightly together on the front seat, spanlab's head in my lap and the little girl just starring at me.
These kids are beautiful. The span/lab mix is very small, weighs more than 22lbs and I really think he's a baby. The Pug isspunky and very protective of him. Unfortunately because they are both intact, they are separated, but they are safe. I really believe them to be strays because they are thin, there was no microchip. They will be available if no one shows up to claim them on Thurs 2 February.Pug girl A1282023 Below Two Photos - she has cherry eyes in both eyes, the shelter assures me that will be taken care when she is spayed. What a personality! She loves the lab!
West LA City Shelter 310-207-3266 Tues-Sat 8-5, Sun 11-5
11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064
Samantha Westbrook, NEW HOPE COORDINATOR
213-485-0494 / CELL 213-792-5811
Pug girl A1282023
Span/Lab boy A1282024