I found a dog once, and it wasn't long I saw a car driving really slow by and I ran out and asked them if they were looking for something. I had found their dog. Keep an eye out for people driving or walking around searching. It must belong to someone.
We told a few people in the neighborhood who we saw outside, and if they see/hear anyone looking for a dog, they are supposed to give them my number, and we'll call animal control on Monday and see if anyone's reported him missing. He might be purebred, not sure though.
The Labrador Retriever coat colors are black, yellow and chocolate. Any other color or a combination of colors is a disqualification. A small white spot on the chest is permissible, but not desirable. White hairs from aging or scarring are not to be misinterpreted as brindling. Black--Blacks are all black. A black with brindle markings or a black with tan markings is a disqualification. Yellow--Yellows may range in color from fox-red to light cream, with variations in shading on the ears, back, and underparts of the dog. Chocolate--Chocolates can vary in shade from light to dark chocolate. Chocolate with brindle or tan markings is a disqualification
yes there is some white on his chest. I don't care if he's full blooded or not, he's not my dog and we aren't keeping him. I'm just hoping to find his actual owners, or place him in a good home.
He can be full blooded and have a white chest zoo. It disqualifies him for a show dog, but he may still be a pure breed. Rogy's a pure breed but not show quality because he absolutely refuses to hold both ears up at the same time. If he bothers to hold them up at all.