Dog abandoned on Christmas Eve outside McDonald’s needs new home

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Curly / Courtesy photo

Curly / Courtesy photo

COLORADO SPRINGS — A good Samaritan called a Colorado Springs shelter on Christmas Eve about a dog left in a carrying crate outside a McDonald’s.

The dog, a 9-month old miniature poodle named Curly, was unharmed. The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region said they can’t speak to why he was left in the lot.

The Animal Law Enforcement team responded to the call and are investigating the case.

Curly’s adoption package, like all HSPPR adoption packages, includes a veterinary exam at a participating veterinarian, vaccinations, spay/neuter, 30 days of pet health insurance, and a microchip.

HSPPR said Curly already has interested adopters. His ID number is A1454238. If you are interested, call 719-473-1741.

This story has been updated.

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