Benton County deputies rescue lost dog from irrigation pond
BENTON CITY, Wash. — Deputies are trying to reunite a lost puppy with its family after they saved it from an irrigation pond in Benton County on Tuesday.
According to a social media post from the Benton County Sheriff’s Office, the dog — a small, black dog with bright eyes and a long white streak on its chest — was trapped in an irrigation pond at Weber Canyon off McBee Rd.
They found that the friendly dog had a collar, but wasn’t wearing any tags that would help identify its owner. Therefore, the dog’s name or home is unclear at this time.
It was brought into the care of animal control teams based out of Benton County as they take to social media looking for more information about who this dog might belong to.
Do you recognize this dog or know its owners? If so, you can contact the non-emergency line at the Benton County Sheriff’s Office by calling 509-735-6555.
This is a developing story. An update and/or follow-up may be issued if further details are revealed.
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