Tracker was dumped in a neighborhood one evening and left to fend for himself. This could have had tragic consequences for this guy. Luckily for him, a GSROC volunteer saw him and sprang to action. Tracker had no collar, tags or chip. When efforts to reunite him with his family were unsuccessful, GSROC opened our lifeboat to Tracker.
We believe he is about 2 years old. He met the female dog of our volunteer and they played well together. We are just getting to know Tracker and will update his bio shortly.
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