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Authorities: Driver Hits Dog, Brings To Vet; Owner Unknown

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(credit: Stearns Co. Sheriff's Office)

(credit: Stearns Co. Sheriff’s Office)

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COLLEGEVILLE TOWNSHIP, Minn. (WCCO) — Authorities are looking to reunite an injured dog with its owner after it was struck by a car near Collegeville Township, Minn. on Tuesday.

On Tuesday evening, a motorist struck a dog with his car on County Road 50, according to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office. The driver attempted to find the owner, but was unsuccessful, so the driver brought the dog to a local veterinary clinic, which later called the Sheriff’s Office.

The dog, which has a broken leg, is described as a male German Shepard and Lab mix. It received treatment and is now being housed a local kennel.

Anyone missing a dog matching this description should call the Sheriff’s Office at 1-320-251-4240.

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