On on the way home from Rattlesnake Lake, I was notified of a German Shorthair Pointer that people were trying to capture in Preston. I arrived in about 20 minutes, armed with Vienna sausages and a snappy snare. The young female was nibbling pretzels because that’s all they had. She was staying close but making sure no one could grab her. With her attention on the sausages, it wasn’t too hard to quietly and calmly slip the loop over her head. She was like, “Whatever, just don’t get between me and the sausage.” Once we had the tether on, her demeanor changed, and she was wiggly and friendly. Tino kindly let me load her right into the car without drama. The hard part after that was keeping her out of my lap while driving. We drove around the area for an hour trying to find someone who recognized her, with no luck. Then I took her to the shelter, so her people could find her there, if they were looking. I was able to grab a really nice picture of her while we were waiting in a separate room at the shelter. She really stole my heart. I’ve set a hard limit of five dogs, so I didn’t think too seriously about adopting her. If her owners don’t claim her, many people have expressed interest.