“East End Ghostrider” Gains Fans from Around the City

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"East End Ghostrider" in Good Care for Loving Home

He stands at about a foot and a half tall and weighs in at roughly 25 pounds. He is black with tan spots, roams the Capitol City and does what he wants. His name is Miller Smith but residents call him the “East End Ghostrider.”

He has been trotting the streets of Charleston for about three weeks and since then has gained quite a following. He even has a Facebook page.

One East End resident, Don Boardwine said, “we all holler at him, you know, try to get him to come to us but it don’t work. You can holler his name and he gets real apprehensive.”

Miller does wear a collar, but no one know who his owners are. Boardwine said about three weeks ago, a woman was walking up and down Quarrier Street hollering for Miller, but she didn’t own him.

Miller is a very independent dog and does not like strangers. People have spotted him wandering and try to approach him. Boardwine said this scares Miller, his trust is low and in order to catch him, you have to let him come to you.

The way to Miller’s heart is canned white meat chicken. Boardwine hopes to catch Miller soon so he can try to find his furever home.

If you know of Miller’s whereabouts, Boardwine advises you to contact him at (304) 346-4691.

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