An appeal has been made to trace the owner of a dog found near a South Lanarkshire car park.
A member of the public found a Yorkshire terrier in the area of the Morrisons car park in Hamilton.
The Scottish SPCA took the dog, which has a serious eye issue and required urgent veterinary treatment, into their care on Wednesday.
Scottish SPCA inspector Dawn Robertson said “We are thankful to the member of the public who went out of their way to bring her to us.
“She is middle aged and has quite a serious eye issue that required urgent veterinary treatment.
“This was not a condition that developed overnight and should have been treated much sooner.
“Apart from the eye, she is in good body condition.
“She has not been microchipped so we have little information to go on.
“We are appealing to the public to help us trace the owner.
“If anyone recognises the dog, please contact our confidential animal helpline on 03000 999 999.”