Watertown Police seek help finding the owners of the severely undernourished dog that was found at Home Depot in town.
The pit bull was found early Saturday morning and was “all skin and bones,” according to a report on WHDH Channel 7 (read the whole story and see a picture here).
The dog, which is being called “Sully Doe” also had other injuries, according to police.
“He has numerous lesions that may be cigarette burns and each ear has had a small notch cut into them. He weighs in at 26 pounds which is less than half of what a healthy weight would be for this breed,” Police announced.
Once Sully gains enough weight, he will be put up for adoption.
Anyone who recognizes the dog or has information that could identify the owner is urged to contact Watertown Animal Control Officer Karen O’Reilly at 617-972-6446.