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Sat, Apr 21 | By Margo Ann Sullivan | 2

Postal Service employee becomes dog's best friend. A hike in the woods nearly ended in disaster for Tessie, but the six-year old Boston terrier is home safe, thanks to a Postal Service employee who became a dog's best friend.
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Stacy H.
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Stacy H.
2 years ago

I walk dogs and would never intentionally let someone elses dog off a leash. Leash of shame should be put on the dog walker. I have one little Scottie that has caught me off guard twice and yanked an extendable leash out of my hand. Both times she thought she was being pursued by that peice of plastic and ran in a panic into the road. She now has to use a regular nylon leash, I cannot risk loosing her. Glad Tessie had so many people looking out for her and this story had a happy ending.

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Ches21
2 years ago

No, but I have a story that is close I used to have a female cocker spaneil named Lady she was such a nice dog that we got from some one who could no longer keep her cause their daughter was allergic one day sadly Lady had gotten loose and she loved to wander she got hit by a car it ended her life so Tessie is really lucky that some one cared enough to help her family find her!

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