Stray Dogs and Cats at Oakland Animal Services in Oakland, CA
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Reported 1 day ago
Found Pet Male Dog
FOUND PET ID: 70027455
San Joaquin County, CA 95376
Hi Everyone please help@us find Benji his forever . Unfortunately we cannot keep him as the dogs do not get along. He was found in a rural area approximately 4 months ago. He is hse broken, trained, knows all his commands, very loving and sweet. Hed be best suited as an only dog who will love you to pieces. He is nuetered full breed German Shepherd approximately 5-6 years of age. He is fun spirited, gentle and has a great personality. Please DM for more information.
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Phone Number: (510) 535-5602
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Address: 1101 29th Avenue, Oakland, CA 94601
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