- Dunn County, Wisconsin, USA -
Jamie Wagner has been a manager of the Dunn County Humane Society for almost 14 years and when a dog found close to death was brought to her organization, she said: “This is the worst case that I have seen for emaciated and body score condition.”
On November 1, a dog was found in the area of State Highway 79 and County Road J in the Township of Sherman.
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the owner(s) of the pup who is slowly recovering in the care of the nonprofit Dunn County Humane Society. Staff gave him the fitting name of Gabriel, after the archangel from the Bible.
The first pictures show how Gabriel looks now, but the last two show how he looked like when he was found.
The furbaby is an unneutered male, estimated to be 2 years of age, but the organization has no idea what breed he is.
When he was brought in, he could not even stand and now he can be seen in a video posted by the nonprofit, running and fetching a ball. A true miracle.
The shelter is working tirelessly to ensure that he pulls through and through their Facebook post they thanked all those who donated toward Gabriel’s medical care.
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office would like for this story to be shared and hopefully someone will come forward and speak up.
If you recognize Gabriel or have any information regarding this case, please call the Sheriff’s Office referencing case #19-12355 on (715) - 232 - 1348), or anonymously at dunncocrimestoppers.com
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If you wish to make a donation to help Gabriel, you can visit: https://dunncountyhumanesociety.org/