Eclipse, Feb. 16 Pet of the Week


Eclipse is a lovable, smart girl who needs out now, with a person experienced in handling a dog of her size, breed and energy level. Eclipse was found as a stray last September and began to suffer kennel stress and reaction to other dogs while on a leash. She was adopted and returned within a week because of her reactiveness. She’s also developed treatable medical issues. Eclipse was assigned a date for humane euthanasia if she wasn’t adopted again or pulled by a rescue, but loving volunteers and staff at the shelter pleaded for an extension, which has been set for Feb. 25. She’s only a year old and deserves a life—better an Eclipse than a sunset. You can speed up the process to help Eclipse and any of our other pets by emailing or You can also call (562) 570-4925. Even better, stop by during Long Beach Animal Care Services’ walk-in hours every Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Our shelter is located at 7700 E. Spring St. Ask for ID #A706162 to meet Eclipse. We’re at capacity, and everyone needs homes!

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