Dog rescued in Texas goes missing near Midway Airport

Dog rescued in Texas goes missing near Midway Airport
Article from Chicago Tribune:

A dog rescued in Texas and bound for a home in Elkhorn, Wis. goes missing near Midway Airport Friday afternoon.

A dog rescued in Texas and bound for a home in Elkhorn, Wis. disappeared after it slipped out of its harness near Midway Airport Friday afternoon, according to volunteers with animal rescue groups.

“I am just beside myself,” Larissa Gavin, who found Madison and arranged a flight in a private jet to Midway.  “I am just hoping for a miracle at this point.”

Gavin had been driving around a neighborhood in Houston on Jan. 5 with the founder of a rescue group, stopping to offer food to dogs and talking to people about bringing their dogs in during the cold weather, when they happened upon three unleashed puppies, Gavin said in an email.

The two found the puppies’ mother, Madison, nearby, and three days later were able to take custody of the dogs and take them to to a veterinarian for examination. One of the puppies had a broken femur, and Madison showed signs of having been injured, Gavin said.

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Buddy, dog lost 6 years ago, returned to owner
Article from New York Daily News:

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Ben Choi (left) and Stephen Choi with their dog Buddy, who went missing six years ago.

A pet owner’s happy reunion Thursday with his long-lost dog left a Queens man — who has been caring for the pooch for nearly six years — in tears.

Ben Choi got his Pekingese, Buddy, back after 78-year-old Alfred Hayek was coaxed into handing the canine over by two private detectives who negotiated the release.

“Finally, I got my dog back after five years and 10 months,” said Choi, 30, of Queens. “I’m just speechless.”

Buddy appeared docile back in Choi’s arms, revealing nothing in his expressions of his long ordeal.

“I’m sure Buddy is happy too,” said Choi, a Con Edison worker. “Right now I’m gonna take him to a vet, make sure he gets the shots and care he needs and definitely give him a bath.”

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