A forlorn dog who was reported wandering for days in Washington State was finally recovered by a rescue worker. Now that he has received some TLC, this beautiful boy is looking for a home of his own.
Wally the dog was recovered by a volunteer with the rescue organization Useless Bay Sanctuary on July 4. Although this big boy was rough around the edges, after he was cleaned up, everyone was taken in by his good looks.
According to his rescuers, Wally enjoys being around people and responded well to simple voice commands. Wally is approximately two years old and is either a Chow or a Chow mix. Efforts to find his original owner have yielded no results.
If you are interested in finding out more about Wally, please contact Useless Bay Sanctuary at UselessBaySanctuary @ gmail.com. And if you aren’t looking to add to your family at this time, please share Wally’s story to help him find a family.
Useless Bay Sanctuary was founded in 2013 by a team of rescuers who are passionate about helping lost dogs. The organization specializes in helping dogs that other people have experienced difficulty capturing. It's their mission to help those stray dogs who may not fit with the tools and resources of traditional animal shelters and rescues. Useless Bay is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) status pending.
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