GLENDALE — All three dogs that were found abandoned in a foreclosed north Glendale home last month have not found new families yet, officials said.
All the dogs are in good health after being abandoned for weeks at a home on Delisle Court off North Verdugo Road. Families have expressed interest in two of the dogs, but one, a King Charles spaniel mix, needs some behavior training before he can be adopted, said Ellen Leyda, a coordinator at Glendale Humane Society.
Someone had been leaving water and food for the dogs until rescue arrived. The house abutted a hillside, and the area has a history of mountain lion sightings, Leyda said.
"They are like other dogs — they like people a lot, the Chihuahua especially. He just wants to curl up on your lap," Leyda said.
The home foreclosed last August, but homeowners fought eviction until June, said representatives for Property Masters Reality, who found the dogs when they arrived to secure the home.