Abandoned black Labrador found tied to railings in Kent, with note asking kennels to take him

Abandoned black Labrador is found tied to railings asking kennels to take him in because he had perhaps not ‘learnt to be good’

  • Black Labrador found chained to fence near Jasmil Kennels in Upchurch, Kent
  • The dog was found with note which said owner had taken care of it for 10 years
  • Swale Borough Council’s stray dog service now looking to locate its owner 

An elderly abandoned dog has been found tied to a gate with a note asking a kennel to take him in because he previously perhaps not ‘learnt to be good’.

The black Labrador was left attached by his collar to the mental gate outside Jasmil Kennels in Upchurch near Sittingbourne, Kent. 

He was discovered with a note which said: ‘Hello, pls (sic) can you take me in as my owner has abandoned me after 10 years because I have not learnt to be good, so I have already been returned here where that he found me.

‘Thank you for looking after me, sorry for inconvinance (sic).’

The black Labrador was left attached by a collar to a fence outside Jasmil Kennels in Upchurch near Sittingbourne, Kent

The elderly dog was discovered with a note which said the dog had 'not learnt to be good'

The elderly dog was discovered with a note which said canine had ‘not learnt to be good’

The elderly dog did not have a microchip and now Swale Borough Council’s stray dog service is appealing for information.

In a post on social media, the service said: ‘This elderly black Labrador was found tied up to railings at Jasmil Kennels today.

‘We would like to speak to the dog owner to establish why canine has been abandoned.

‘If you recognise him and can be of any assistance, please contact the council in confidence.

‘He will now be studied into our care.’

A Swale council spokesman added: ‘If an owner is struggling with their dog, this is simply not the way to deal with it.

‘Re-homing could be the last option, but this isn’t just how to take action, so we might appreciate any information we could get so we can speak to the dog owner.’

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