The Wandering Dog showing was found in 2000 by the B.C. Geological Survey. It is about 1.5 kilometres due west of Silver Lake, about 25 kilometres northwest of Little Fort. Thin bedded, locally skarn-altered sedimentary rocks are separated from a diorite stock to the northeast by a poorly-exposed lens of massive pyrrhotite-pyrite, with traces of chalcopyrite. Permian fossils were found by Campbell and Tipper (Geological Survey of Canada Map 1278A) within two hundred metres of the Wandering Dog showing, so it is uncertain whether the sedimentary hostrock for this mineralization is Permian, or Upper Triassic Nicola Group. A sample from this sulphide lens analysed 0.0872 per cent copper (Sample 00SIS-359, Fieldwork 2000). The B.C. Geological Survey conducted a regional till geochemistry program over NTS mapsheets 092P09W and 08W in 1999 (Open File 2000-17).