A thin, scared dog was found on Booth Hill Road on March 3, and the public is being asked to provide information on it. A Shelton police officer was sent to a residential address on a report of a found dog around 6:30 p.m. on Monday. The homeowner reported that she was driving on Booth Hill Road when she saw a dog come out of the woods and walk through traffic. Reports said the dog appeared scared and thin, and was dragging a metal chain. The female put the dog in her vehicle and drove to her residence. The officer transported the dog to a veterinary emergency center for examination. The dog is currently being cared for at the Shelton Animal Shelter. An investigation is being conducted by animal control. Anyone with any information about the case is asked to call the Shelton Animal Shelter at 203-924-2501.