Sadie the Basset Hound returned home yesterday evening, less than a day after her appearance on The Herald. She disappeared from her Grantsville home on July 12, according to her owner JoAnn Shock.

"We started looking for her right away, and she was sighted in town a couple of times," said JoAnn, who had just returned home from the hospital after serious health problems, which resulted in heart surgery.

The super-friendly dog arrived at the Hur Herald headquarters late Friday night, about ten miles from her home, apparently wandering from house to house for her room and board. Sadie was a welcome visitor, she made herself at home and made no attempt to leave after arriving...well, she and the Weaver dog, Sox made a short visit to the neighbors, where Rick and Melinda Fitzwater treated them to left over breakfast sausage.

Sadie's return was one of many lost and found episodes on The Herald.

In Sadie's case, some callers said they would be glad to adopt if the owner did not claim her.


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