Saturday, February 02, 2008

Public Service Announcement: Did You Lose This Guy?

Found Dog

This guy was found in Park Slope on Sixth Avenue and Sixth Street last night, after apparently being injured by a car. The people that rescued him posted this on Brooklynian yesterday afternoon:
My husband & I found a cute brownish/reddish dog on Sixth Ave & Sixth Street around 11pm last night. He's about 25lbs, and looks to maybe be a shiba inu mixed with something else (pitt?). He was hurt - had been hit by a car - and we took him to the vet. He's still there. He had a black leash and a green and white checked collar with black buckle, but no tags or microchip. Is he yours? Do you know who he belongs to? I'm anxious to get in touch with his owner.
We're hoping this one turns out well and his photo and story are being posted around. The owner can be contacted at nicky (dot) agate (at) nyu (dot) edu.

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Blogger Helping-pets said...

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