Injured Milford dog ready for adoption

MILFORD - A dog found badly burned and wandering the streets in Milford earlier this year is now ready for adoption.

The city's animal control says Ginger, a pitbull - terrier mix, underwent three months of psychological rehab at the shelter, as well as, treatment for her burns that the community paid for. The dog's owner was ruled out as a suspect.

Animal control says the owner asked if the kennel could take her because her living situation was changing.

They say Ginger is healthy again and ready to find a loving family.

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