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Dognapped dog found by owner

September 26, 2013

Most stories of lost or stolen dogs end badly. This one is differen....

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WatchDog

Sep-26-13 2:45 PM

****, I bet there are actually people out there that believed all this....

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OSU600

Sep-26-13 2:48 PM

Something doesn't smell right here....

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STofit

Sep-26-13 4:40 PM

How about reading he story both days. Some one was trying to make a fast buck and the merchandise became too hot to handle when the first article was published so the poor dog got dumped. They didn't have the decency to dump the poor thing close to home. What doesn't smell right is someone questioning her. Why would she want to lie, there is no motive for that.

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swager

Sep-26-13 7:30 PM

There have been people who have sworn they were carjacked. You never know why they went through all the drama just to be charged. My guess is the door was opened or a window opened and one got out. Could be the dog left the vehicle in an entirely different location. Plenty of motives and endless reasons why. It just isn't the owner's fault.

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swager

Sep-26-13 7:42 PM

I figure with all the cameras everywhere you go this would be a place you'd be seen. Unless you never went inside, had an invisible suit that covered your vehicle And followed them to the place for the perfect dog napping to transpire on federal property. Oh, and once you took the dog it was cloaked in invisibility too. The question is did they nap the dog before or after they went inside and were they hardcore enough not to show emotion at the counter or waiting in line during the episode?

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WatchDog

Sep-27-13 12:59 AM

L.M.A.O.

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concerned

Sep-27-13 11:51 AM

Do you think the dog may have slipped out the door when the owners got out of the car without the owner realizing it? Sounds like the dog was trying to find it's way home. Headed west out Lisbon toward Guilford Lake.

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WatchDog

Sep-27-13 4:03 PM

"Headed west out Lisbon toward Guilford Lake."

Now that is one brilliant dog...need to take that act to Hollywood! LOL

I bet that dog didn't even have to stop and ask for directions!!

Maybe this is what happened, the dog was never in the car and she flipped out because she thought in was and started an all out man hunt for an invisible dog napper. My God it was ticker taping across the news channels! The she got home after all the fussing she made and discovered the dog was there. Then hatched this story to save face? Because I sure in the heck don't buy this part about how this dog was found.

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concerned

Sep-27-13 4:46 PM

Actually Watchdog I have known of dogs that have done that. We gave someone a dog one time that lived about 6 miles away from us they had it a couple days and the dog got loose and it returned to our house.

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