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    Facebook post reunites lost dog Max with owner

    NewsDogs and puppiesWednesday 13 March 2013
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    An incredible story of a lost dog, a kind woman and Facebook.

    Ann Miller posted a photo of a new dog she picked up from a shelter simply showing it to her friends and family as a new addition. Little did she know what would unfold from there on.

    She made a trip to the Cass County animal shelter with her daughter to, in fact, pick up a cat but when she came across the golden retreiver she fell in love with it and a week later decided to adopt it.

    After posting a picture to Facebook, one of her friends recognised the animal from a news report. After further investigation it brought them to news stories of a car accident involving Dave Vitali and his pickup truck. After crashing, Vitali was seriously injured and his dog Max left the scene after hearing sirens and becoming scared.

    Once Vitali had recovered he tried for three months to locate the dog through various methods and even contacting the local media. However, nothing gave results.

    Miller managed to get in contact with Vitali through one of his friends. After a few questions and some photos, Vitali recognised his dog straight away and the final connection was made. 

     

     

    Source: Life with Dog

    Photo Source: scragz

     

     

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