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500 Miles Later…

Raven got away from us on July 9th. Our child let her off her leash and she normally comes back but this time she didn’t. The next day we made flyers to place around our neighborhood and posted on Facebook that she was missing. A few days later on July 14th, we got a call…

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January 1, 1970
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Chelsie Gandara

Right Around the Corner

Jett is home safe and sound this morning thanks to PetLink. This is the first time in 6 years he has ever gotten out of our yard. He only made it around the corner and someone called the pound and he was picked up. His microchip was scanned and PetLink put us in touch with…

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Dianna Parkman

Tripp Slips Out

What a sneaky pup Tripp is – he slips out of his collar and takes off!

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Ronald Wheeler

Saved Again!

Trooper is an escape artist! I rescued him from a shelter in Corpus Christi, TX. He was running the streets when the shelter found him and still continues to do so. I returned home from a day with my grandchildren & as usual he came to greet me in the garage. He has learned that…

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Tina DeCredico

Roam, if you want to…

We recently moved (like a week before he escaped) and have a shorter fence than we had before. I know it has been a stressful time for Rommel with boxes and movers and strange people coming in and out to hook up cable, alarms etc. Rommel was outside for maybe 2 minutes in our fenced…

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Ashley Holmsten

150 Miles Later…

I was so glad to hear about Diego being found. We were 150 miles away in another town and got the call from PetLink and you all patched us through to the Good Samaritan that found Diego. He told us he had Diego – he found him on a busy street close to our new…

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Rick Jarvis

Dodging an Escape

Dodger gets out while his owners are on vacation.

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Edward Bernal

An End of Summer Escape

As I was grilling on my deck, my 3lb Chihuahua, Bella, was enjoying the last leg of summer by running and playing in my fenced in back yard. After a bit I realized she hadn’t come up in a while, which means she inevitably crawled under the fence again to go explore the neighborhood, like…

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Christen Roberts