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Leigh’s Lost and Found: where a mixed breed dog with a cherry eye conditon was found

This mixed breed dog with a cherry eye was found by the Bill and Payne Stewart golf course
This mixed breed dog with a cherry eye was found by the Bill and Payne Stewart golf course(kytv)
Published: Feb. 25, 2022 at 2:34 PM CST
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - In today’s Leigh’s Lost and Found, our featured dog is an adorable mix of all kinds of breeds.

Animal control says she could be part Pug, Beagle, Boxer and Dachshund. She also has a distinctive eye issue called cherry eye.

Shelter coordinator Josh Doss says, “A cherry eye in the inflammation of third eyelid that dogs have. It’s generally something that has to be corrected surgically, it doesn’t go away on its own typically.”

The good news is, that condition isn’t really painful for the dog. Other than that, she’s in very good condition with a good body weight and a nice brindle coat.

She’s also is socialized with people and other dogs. She’s about one to two years old and was found on February 22nd in the 1900 block of east Sayer Circle, just north of the Bill and Payne Stewart golf course. She did not have a tag, collar or chip.

If you recognize her or have lost your pet, call animal control at 417-833-3592. You can also contact them online though the link below.

And if you need to submit a lost or found animal, click on the link to the Leigh’s Lost and Found facebook page.

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