New York State Police are asking for help after finding a "castrated dog."

Troopers think the dog was castrated in the East Worcester, New York area.

Troopers need help finding person who castrated dog possibly in East Worcester area


East Worcester is a hamlet in the town of Worcester in Otsego County, New York,

New York State Police are hoping the public can help them find the owner of the brown dog that was found in East Worcester.

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The dog was found last week by good Samaritans wandering on State Highway 7 near the intersection of Booker Hollow Road.

Troopers also need help finding the person who appears to have castrated the dog.

New York State Police provided a sample photo of the dog, that can be seen below.

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The dog is a male dog and is all brown with white paws. He is believed to be about 5 years old and has a calm demeanor, police say.

The brown dog was taken to a vet in the Latham area and stabilized. He was later transferred to the Susquehanna SPCA.

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Police say the dog is "recuperating."

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Anyone with information is asked to call the New York State Police at (607)561-7400.

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