Lost dog found living under Aroostook County porch will soon be getting a new home
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — There are 300 members of the Presque Isle Fish and Game Club. But for a time late last year, it was 301 — and it seems now everyone wants to be his friend.
Toward the end of November 2016, Don McAllister, a member of the club’s board of directors, started noticing canine tracks in the snow around the club’s building and figured someone had lost a dog.
“The tracks went around the building and under the porch,” McAllister said recently. “We started checking around if someone had lost a dog and then discovered the dog was living under the porch.”
McAllister and fellow club member Charlie Namur eventually came face to face with the male German shepherd that had made itself quite at home at the organization’s clubhouse.
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