(VVNG.com)- On Tuesday, June 17th, animal rescue volunteer, Sharlet Daniels rescued a shelter bound unneutered male Labrador and German Shepherd mix on his way into the San Bernardino Shelter. He had been found wandering the streets near the San Bernardino Shelter, by two teenagers the day prior to the rescue.
The dog, who there is no name for, has a collar with tags that helped them locate a phone number but the calls have not yet been returned. The information obtained showed that the owner, R. Garrison, lived in Victorville but on June 10th showed some information of an address in Kent, Washington. “I know they have to be out there, I can’t imagine they would dump him with the collar that he had on,” said Sharlet.
The veterinarian determined that the dog is under 2 years of age and that he was well cared for. The collar is a very distinct collar, one that is believed to be the belt from a parachute. The collar has many holes punched into it, as if he wore it since he was a puppy. The person named on the dog’s tags either is or was in the military at some point.
“We have left messages with both numbers. We are honestly lost as to the next step, I truly believe he was loved by someone.” Sharlet posted in her Facebook post. They are desperately looking for help to reunite him with his family or any information, if his old family is unable to keep him or does not want him they want to know so they can find him a new family.
For now, this young handsome lab mix is waiting for a family to love him. “We don’t believe he was just let go otherwise they would have removed the collar that had dog tags with the information that is on them,” added Sharlet.
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