Richard Jordan was driving down a roadway in Louisiana, United States, when he came upon a guacal (kennel), which piqued his interest and caused him to abandon his quest. When he arrived, he saw a lonely German shepherd by the side of the road; he had no idea how this gorgeous creature had ended up there, but he was certain that the canine required assistance.
Richard first posted about the dog on the local Facebook group SWLA Information Station in the hopes of spreading the news and gathering information about the case.
Richard attempted to clarify in his article that it was unclear whether he had been abandoned on the tracks or whether the kennel had fallen from a car in an accident.
The dog was first fearful and refused to leave its cage, so Richard waited for social services while attempting to earn the trust of the terrified animal.
Richard regarded the German Shepherd as a “lovely and first-rate dog,” noting that it did not appear to be an animal that people would leave. When he came near to the dog, he noticed that he was wearing a necklace with the name “Borel” engraved on it.
When social workers arrived, they discovered Borel had a microchip, revealing that the dog had come from a kennel in Dallas, Texas.
Borel already has a large list of individuals who want to adopt him, according to Richard. It’s unclear how the German shepherd wound up in his kennel by the side of the road, but Jordan believes Borel was a victim of so-called “fashion” breed breeding.