UPDATE: Stanley, the starving pit bull rescued by a UPS driver in February, is on the rebound.
The pit bull mix is now living at a foster home, is a star pupil at his obendience class and displays a pleasant disposition.
For more information on Stanley, or those interested in adopting the dog, should visit the Petfinder website.
ORIGINAL STORY: It was Big Brown to the rescue for a big brown dog in a Seattle park.
A United Parcel Service delivery driver who came across an apparently starving dog in Seattle's Denny Blaine Park may have saved the animal's life by calling for help.
The driver found the emaciated dog roaming in the park along Lake Washington Boulevard and called the Seattle Animal Shelter.
The shelter says the dog was badly in need of medical attention. His fur and skin clung tightly to his body, with the ridges of his ribs clearly showing.
The shelter staff has is calling the dog "Doggie B."
It's planning to hold Doggie B for observation and recuperation for three days, then possibly put him up for adoption.
If you recognize Doggie B or have information about the dog, call Shelter Enforcement Supervisor Ann Graves at 206-386-4288.
The Seattle Animal Shelter is open Wednesday-Sunday, noon-6 p.m. for adoptions
and licensing. The shelter is located at 2061 15th Ave. W.
To see some of the animals available for adoption now, click on: Se attle Animal Shelter.