Prior to being captured, the puppy was seen in various other locations around Hellertown.
Update: As of Thursday evening the puppy has been reunited with his owner. A stray puppy was found Thursday at about 11:40 a.m., the Borough of Hellertown has announced. The tan and white dog is a neutered male of an unknown breed. Although he was found at 1123 First Ave., he was previously sighted in various places around Hellertown, "so he has been wandering," borough staff said. Anyone with information about the dog's ownership should call the borough at 610-838-7041 or police at 610-838-7040.
The male puppy was found at 1425 Main St., Hellertown, on Thursday afternoon. His owner is being sought.
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- Patch Staff
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Update: The borough announced at noon on Friday, Nov. 16 that the lost dog's owner has been located. A black male Labrador retriever puppy was found at 1425 Main St., Hellertown, Thursday afternoon. That address is near the intersection of Main and High streets. The dog's owner is being sought, and anyone with information about his identity should contact Hellertown Borough staff at 610-838-7041. Stray dogs found in the borough are temporarily cared for at a canine holding facility near the Walnut Street crossing on the Saucon Rail Trail.