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"I let Opie out into the yard, and when he didn't come back in for his breakfast I knew something was up. The gate has a broken latch, so I keep it closed by leaning old tires against it. Perhaps the wind blew it open in the night. Anyhow, he must have been gone a half hour or so when I realized it, and went looking for him.First, I searched on foot, then drove around the neighborhood and visited places we go for walks. Nothing. At that point, I came home to look online. Someone I talked to with the city told me about the Facebook page for lost dogs and so I checked that out right away.I posted my notice about Opie and right away someone from the neighborhood recognized him. He'd already been found! He was spotted dodging traffic on a busy nearby street and she'd grabbed him. A friend of hers responded to my lost notice and sent a picture. Confirming that it was Opie, we connected by phone to arrange pick up.
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