TOOL, Texas - A poodle found in Texas may belong to a Colorado family, and a shelter volunteer is trying to track them down.
Barb Hall says a woman and a young girl came into the Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake in Tool on Christmas Eve, looking for a toy poodle they lost while traveling through Texas.
The shelter was closed at the time, and the family didn't leave their contact information, but Hall says they had a Colorado license plate.
About two weeks later, Hall says animal control officers brought in a black toy poodle found in Kaufman.
The dog's fur was matted and full of fleas, Hall said, and the dog appeared to have been attacked by something.
"The dog is doing fine and is just the sweetest, well balanced dog I have ever been around," Hall wrote to 7News.
The poodle was wearing a collar, but does not have a microchip.
"I would love to find her family," Hall wrote. "But if I can't find her family, I will be adopting her into my family as her forever home."
The poodle appears to be about two year old and weighs six pounds.
If you know who this dog might belong to, contact Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.