54 days ago

Found and safe - A dog in Harry Dencey park Freemans Bay

Alisa from Freemans Bay

UPDATE: The dog was found in Ponsonby on Saturday. Now, it's in Henderson Animal Shelter:
"Impound 177244, Female, Adult, Found Ponsonby. If you think this may be your dog please contact the Henderson Animal Shelter ASAP on 09-8367777 or come to 48 The Concourse, Henderson - Weekdays; 8:30am-4:30pm, Weekends; 11am-3pm. We hold dogs for an owner for a minimum of 7 days. After that this dog may go up for adoption. **Please note: The collar with bone shaped tag does not belong to the dog - this is an identification collar used by the shelter**

Thank you everyone for help!

This poor thing is sleeping on the ground in the park((
I have never had a dog and it's prohibited to have pets in my flat.
Maybe someone can take it home.

* It's very dark in the park.

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