A dog rescued by pet rescue that was abandoned by its owner

Pet rescue in New York City was stunned when it was notified that the dog had been abandoned by his owner after his owner returned home from the hospital.

The dog, named Peter, was in critical condition at St. Barnabas Medical Center in the Bronx and the rescue organization was able to locate him and bring him to the hospital after he was brought home.

Peter, who was a golden retriever mix, was found in the backyard of his owner, a veterinarian who lives in New Jersey, according to a statement from the organization.

The rescue organization is now searching for a new owner for Peter.

“I’m heartbroken.

I’m not the only one who feels that way,” Peter’s rescuer, who is also named Pete, said.

“I know the dogs have lost their owners, but I’m also not the first.

I’ve rescued a dog before, but this is really tough.

I just want the dog to be home.”

The rescue group, which includes a veterinary clinic, a rescue rescue group for animals, and other animal rescue organizations, is looking for a loving home for Peter, who had a history of aggression toward people and animals.

Peter was initially taken to the Bronx Veterinary Hospital, but the vet who took him home later returned home to find that Peter had been left in the yard of his home.

Peter was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital in Brooklyn, where he was taken for emergency treatment.

A vet from the rescue group said that Peter’s owner did not return home for six days after the incident and Peter was returned to his owner.

He has since been taken to New York State Animal Care and Control (SACCC), where he will be placed in foster care until the animal is rehomed.

The New York Daily News reported that the owner of the dog, who asked not to be identified, was not home when the rescue and rescue group found Peter.

Peter is a two-year-old golden retriive mix.

The dog is about 1,000 pounds, but is in good condition, according the New York Times.

Peter’s condition is not known.