No microchip was found on Wiley and he wasn't neutered. "We don’t know if he’s someone’s lost pet," Asher said. "We’ve been scouring the internet, calling the local authorities. There’ve been no reports of lost dogs fitting his description. We think he was either a stray or dumped."
Wiley tested positive for Lyme disease and anaplasmosis, which can be easily treated with antibiotics. And then he'll be looking for a home.