Two weeks ago, a Good Samaritan found a female black Lab wandering around Waldoboro, Maine, and called Lincoln County Animal Shelter.
“She was really super friendly and a sweetheart when I picked her up from a resident’s home,” Animal Control Officer Laurice Ducharme told the Penobscot Bay Pilot.
She stayed for 10 days, with nobody coming forward to claim her. Then, fortunately, a couple turned up, hoping to adopt the dog. The Lab was brought to Boothbay Animal Hospital to be spayed — and to have the odd little bumps on her snout checked out.
“There were no signs of open wounds, no scars, nothing. She wasn’t in pain either,” said Ducharme.