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Hitch hiking Glenwood dog turns up in Denver

If your border collie mix went missing June 10, there’s a good chance she’s in Denver.

The dog, now named Glenda, made it to Denver after jumping into a man’s vehicle in West Glenwood on June 10 and refusing to get out, said Arlene Wood, a volunteer at the Maxfund Animal Adoption Center in Denver.

“She’s very, very sweet,” Wood said. “She’s got a wonderful personality, but she’s crying a lot. I think she’d depressed.”

Wood said she didn’t have much information about the man who brought Glenda in. The shelter has tried to track down Glenda’s owner but come up empty handed, so she is now up for adoption.

Glenda is mostly white but with a few black markings, and is 5 to 10 years old.

Maxfund Animal Adoption Center can be reached at 1-303-595-4917.

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