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Happy ending: Little lost Pomeranian is home

We hoped the little lost Pomeranian dog would be quickly claimed and that's exactly what happened in less than two hours of the time the photo was posted on! The little dog had gotten away from its home on Wall Street and was unable to get back -- it would have had to cross the busy Greensburg Street. Danny Pierce called in the request for help. The owners picked him up and all is well again.

This story was posted on 2017-03-21 19:03:26
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Happy ending to this quest: Can you help find home?

2017-03-21 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, photo(c).
Update7pmCT: little dog reunited with family within two hours of posting this photo. Thanks everyone who helped share the quest to get him home!
Original posting at 4pmCT: This little dog has been spotted, appearing lost or to have been dropped off, over the past several days around Marshall Street, Columbia, KY. He is a male Pomeranian and seems to be healthy except for slightly favoring his right hip. Danny Pierce called to ask if the owners would please help this little guy get home. Paired photo. See also: Please help find this little dog's home?
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