A dog found wandering the roads in Orange County is still looking for her family.

Animal Control in New Windsor is asking the public for its help regarding a dog they found late last week.

On Sunday, March 12th, 2023 around 9 pm, The Town of New Windsor Animal Control page shared 2 photos of what looks like a mixed-breed bulldog. They explained that the pup was female and was found earlier in the evening around 306 Mount Airy Road in New Windsor.

They asked that if the public had any information regarding the dog's family to call New Windsor PD at 845-565-7000.

4 days later and Town of New Windsor Animal Control is still looking for the dog's family. With that being said, if no one comes forward the dog will be put up for adoption.

New Windsor Animal Control explains in a Facebook post:

We are still looking for information on the owners of this sweet girl found on Mount Airy Road on Sunday. She is living the spoiled life getting plenty of attention with us, however she will be available for adoption starting Saturday if we do not find the owners. She'll get a full vet checkup prior to adoption.

Thankfully, the dog is in good hands with the staff at Animal Control.

If you're interested in adopting the adorable pup, who is definitely in need of a loving family, applications can be found on the New Windsor Animal Control website. They ask that you fill the application out and bring it to the New Windsor Police Department with a copy of your ID no later than Friday, March 17th at 3 pm.

Town of New Windsor, Animal Control
Town of New Windsor, Animal Control

You can learn more on the New Windsor Animal Control Facebook page. 

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