To the editor:
Recently my husband was hunting in upper Glenrosa and on his way home in the afternoon he came across a German shepherd laying on the shoulder of the road up past Telemark.
He slowed and saw that the dog was indeed alive, but very tired and thirsty.
He talked to her and she immediately jumped into his truck.
When he brought her home we fed and watered her, called SPCA and registered her with them. He put an ad in the paper and posted signs where he found her.
She eventually ended up back home. The owners had no idea how she got to Telemark, but were very happy to have their old dog home again.
The next day the owner contacted me and said she was gone again!
One week later they got her back home once again. She was found in Winfield this time.
This can only be foul play by someone in the neighborhood who obviously has a problem with the dog. This is animal cruelty, to take a dog to the wilderness and drop her off. Come on! Deal with the people if there is a problem or call SPCA or RDCO. Making the dog suffer is unacceptable.