An Ohio dog warden has reached out to the public for help in locating the owner of two badly neglected dogs who were found in Butler County. On Thursday, the Facebook page for the Butler County Dog Warden and Humane Officers posted images of the skeletal dogs and asked for the public’s help:
“We picked up these two dogs today in the City of Hamilton in the 1000 Block of Franklin Street. We are asking for your help on any information on possible owners of these dogs.”
Both dogs are females and appear to be older – both are thin, but one is skeletal with all of her bones clearly visible. According to the dog warden, the dogs are both safe and receiving care at the humane society. Anyone who recognizes the dogs is asked to call to report the information they have to Supervisor Kurt Merbs at 513-785-6542.
(Images via Butler County Dog Warden Facebook page)
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