Yellow lab reunited with family!

Thanks to everyone for all of your help and support!

13 Comments

ESchumann

about 2 years ago

Glad to see he is home. A friend of mine had a black lab that was missing for 10 days in the winter. They live close to the Munger Tavern and we found the dog behind the Holiday gas station in Carlton. I should say we found her alive and well.

laurie

about 2 years ago

Yay!  I was logging in just to see if there was an update.  Thanks for sharing the happy ending.

emmadogs

about 2 years ago

I'm so glad for you!

Ruthie

about 2 years ago

Good dog.....happy family!  Yeah!

Paul Lundgren

about 2 years ago

Good thing he didn't come back looking like this one.

[img]http://www.perfectduluthday.com/wp-content/uploads/comments/porcupine-dog-ouch.jpg[/img]

emmadogs

about 2 years ago

Oh man, poor poor dog.

emmadogs

about 2 years ago

And that must be a local dog, because it looks like the pooch has his/her legs and paws crossed in the typical "Upset Duluth" look.

heysme

about 2 years ago

So glad you are reunited!

Tomasz

about 2 years ago

Seriously, Paul!  You can't post a photo like that without some sort of explanation!  What's the story??

Paul Lundgren

about 2 years ago

The photo ended up in my e-mail and apparently was making the rounds on Facebook. I don't know the story.

BadCat!

about 2 years ago

I think that story pretty much tells itself.

forthetime_being

about 2 years ago

So glad your dog is back!  As for the other dog ... ugh, probably lived near the Prairie Island Nuke Plant, where I've heard reports about giant rabid porcupines rushing into yards and rolling all over the small dogs.   [img]http://www.perfectduluthday.com/wp-content/uploads/comments/africanporcupine_jay.jpg[/img]

quirtep

about 2 years ago

Ugh.  I Googled "dog porcupine" thinking I would possibly find the story of the victimized dog - but WOW does Google Images have a lot of similar and sad photos.  I remember as a kid our lab came home with a muzzle full of quills, and it was no fun for him to have them removed - little fish-hook-style barbs.  Ouch.

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