Golden Retriever found in Bird Rock

As distributed by the Bird Rock Community Council:

A “very friendly, well mannered, older, male” Golden Retriever was found on Feb. 18 on the 5900 block of Waverly Ave. in Bird Rock. He was not wearing a collar. For more information, call (858) 775-8855.

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