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This winter January evening comes to a close on a "happy outcome" for the little Pomeranian dog that was posted as lost about four hours ago. Gayle Rogers reports that the owners came to the rescue and says thanks to all for the help!

This story was posted on 2016-01-05 19:48:19
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Adorable Little Dog shows up, stays at Rogers house

2016-01-05 - Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Dr. Ron Rogers.
UPDATE: The little dog was reunited with its family only hours after Gayle Rogers sent out the following message:

Gayle Rogers of Columbia hopes the owners of this little dog can come rescue it asap! It needs to be with its family. She said it was at her back door this morning when she left and again when she got home. Contact Gayle Rogers @ 270-384-5069.

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