This is DIAMOND. She is the longest resident at the Lancaster Shelter and she is out of time. This is extremely urgent as she is danger of being euthanized and needs out of the shelter now. Diamond is high energy, very affectionate and Mike Ruiz (the photographer) said she was the least skittish of all the dogs. She needs exercise but she loves to play fetch and her toys too. She will likely not sit on someone’s couch all day. Maybe after a hike, jog or a day at daycare she will but effort will be needed and clearly whoever returned her did not put in the effort but she does not deserve to die because of lazy people. Dog are not robots. They’re all uniquely different and require different things and it’s up to US to figure that out and provide it not throw them away like garbage. She is only 3, she deserves to live and whoever gets this sweet potato will be better off because of it. Please share Diamond. She is the last of the Lancaster Shelter dogs we will be highlighting with the HOPE campaign and this is in fact, her last hope. Even if you’re not in California, share her because someone else may see her and share her too and it could save her life. All the others got saved, lets do all we can to save her too. Thank you!


My name is DIAMOND and I’m an approximately 3 years 4 months old female pit bull. I am already spayed. I have been at the Lancaster Animal Care Center since April 1, 2019. I’m amazing with all kids and dogs. I love playing fetch and I’m very affectionate. You can visit me at my temporary home L444.

ID A4975633
Sex Female
Age 3 years 4 months
Spayed/Neutered Spayed
Location Lancaster
Kennel #L444
Intake Date April 1, 2019
Available for Adoption Date April 1, 2019
Days Until Available for Adoption- 36

Lancaster Animal Care Center
Address: 5210 W Avenue I, Lancaster, CA 93536
Phone: (661) 940-4191

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