Pit bull saved by WNWO anchor is a step closer to adoption

A pit bull rescued outside WNWO's South Toledo studios, one week ago, now has a name and has passed the first of several tests needed before being put up for adoption.

The dog has been named Lula Belle and has already passed an "aggression test" performed by the Lucas County Dog Warden.

She will next undergo a health exam which includes a heartworm test to determine when, and if, she will go up for adoption.

Last Monday the pit bull was found alone, with no collar wondering along South Byrne Road.

WNWO's evening anchor, Angi Gonzalez, used her own chicken dinner to get the animal off the streets.

Since being rescued WNWO has aired the lost dog's story several times but an owner has yet to come forward.