Man Finds Lost Dog At Gas Station, Then Flips Over Name Tag To See There’s No Number

Going to the gas station is often a menial chore that few enjoy.

If you live in a state that requires you to stay in your vehicle while someone else pumps your gas, you can at least avoid cold weather during the winter.

However, you pump your own gas in almost every state! Sometimes you can see strange things while at the pump, like a person wearing a weird getup.

While pumping gas, Tyler Wilson saw a dog. Of course, this isn’t entirely uncommon, especially if a mechanic is attached to the station and the dog is a shop dog. However, this dog was on an adventure.

When Tyler flipped over the dog’s name tag, he noticed that it didn’t have a number — it had a message about the dog, which was named Dew.

Tyler Wilson was just pumping his gas when he noticed a dog wandering around the Valero station.

When the dog got a little closer, he saw that he was friendly and wearing a collar with a name tag on it. The tag said his name was Dew.

It said, “My name is Dew. I am not lost. I like to roam. Tell me to go home.”

Now, most dog collars don’t have messages. Instead, they usually just have names and phone numbers for the pet’s owners. Because of the strange message, Tyler decided to post pics of the cute, adventurous dog on Twitter. Since then, the message has been shared thousands of times.

Dew was just on an adventure for the day, and he happened to meet someone new!

Tyler said on Twitter that he did tell Dew to go home. Hopefully, Dew went home, had a few treats, and took a nice nap!

Please SHARE this sweet dog with all of your friends and family!