Cronopio Posted December 5, 2017 Report Share Posted December 5, 2017 This beautiful, friendly, affectionate dog has had a hell of a day and needs help getting back home, which is somewhere across the lake. Apparently, a woman who lives "across the lake" picked up the dog from a field next to her house and brought her to a Chapala shelter. The woman left the dog there even though they said they were full and couldn't take it. The dog was then brought by someone from the shelter to Dr. Ladron's clinic to be euthanized , but since she is healthy and obviously someone's pet, the clinic will hold on to her for a while until her home, or home, is found. This girl is about a year and a half old, healthy and very friendly. She doesn't have a collar or a chip, but she was spayed 4-6 weeks ago. Obviously the rescuer thought she was helping the dog by taking her to a shelter, but the result is that the dog is now miles away from home and no one else knows where that might be. And the owners of the dog, who loved her enough to spay her, would have no reason to look all the way over here for their dog. The only way I can think of to help is to get the word out. The best outcome would be if the rescuer picked up the dog from Dr. Ladron's clinic and took her back to where she was found. Barring that, a couple of things would help: posting her picture on other dog-oriented area websites (are there any spanish-language ones used by the mexican community?), and taking her picture to any vets "across the lake" to see if she's recognized. I can email her picture to anyone - pm me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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