Leigh's Lost and Found: featuring a lost, senior Beagle

In today's Leigh's Lost and Found report, our featured dog is a senior citizen, an older Beagle with a distinctive mark in one of her eyes.

"She does have what seems to be an ulcer that has healed over or the starts of a cataract in her left eye."

The female dog appears to be at least eight years old, possibly as old as ten. Someone found her running in traffic in a northside neighborhood and saved her.

Animal control says that person kept her for a few days but couldn't find an owner.

Shelter coordinator Josh Doss says she's definitely been taken care of and is well fed, and despite her age, she has plenty of pep.

"She's still got plenty of energy and she'll talk to you if she's not getting the attention she wants from you right away."

If you recognize this dog or you've lost a pet, call animal control at 417-833-3592. You can also visit their website to see pictures of all the animals currently there and to fill out an online lost pet form.

Another great resource is the Leigh's Lost and Found facebook page. Anyone can post a lost or found animal on there so be sure to like the page and share it with your friends.

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