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A happy rescue (not GR) in NYC

A sweet little girl gets her sweet dog back because a woman follows her instincts. Morale of the tale: don't leave your dog tied up in public places.

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I'm really glad they got the dog back, but it was completely avoidable in the first place.

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I saw this story, she was very lucky to get her dog back.
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for sure. especially with easily portable dogs that weigh about 20 lbs. I can't imagine leaving it unattended. The video of the man making off with the dog was interesting... Dog struggled, but was so little. He just scooped her up and away he went. Gave me chills thinking about my dogs.
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