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Rescued Nicaraguan dog gets new life in San Diego

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) -  A very special dog is looking for a new home. Utch the dog was abused and found tied to a tree on a beach in Nicaragua. 

Utch was found without food or water and people would throw rocks at him.

Alan Gunther of Margale Pet Resort and Puppy Training Academy contacted the woman who rescued Utch and brought him to Vista. 

Trainers like Cheryl Collands worked with Utch for several weeks. Little by little he warmed up and regained his trust for people. 

Now the staff at Margale Pet Resort and Puppy Training Academy hope to find Utch a new home. 

If you would like to adopt Utch, contact the Margale Pet Resort. 

Some of the footage in this video story was shot using a GoPro camera.

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