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A north Toledo dog went missing three months and four days ago.
His owner never
expected to see 4-year-old Milo again. That
is until she received a welcomed phone call Thursday from the Lucas County Dog
shepherd, part lab and I'm not sure what the other part is," said owner
She says Milo is
loving, sweet and affectionate.
from Becki's backyard in August. Hundreds of wanted posters were posted around
the neighborhood. Becki even made daily trips to the dog warden's office,
but there was no sign of the big guy.
want to give up. He's family. I watched him being born," said Becki.
Finally, a break
in the case came. There were reports Milo was running loose less than a mile
from his home near the state prison. A dog warden's van was dispatched, Milo
hopped in and Becki got the call she'd hoped for.
"When I saw
him and I said his name, he jumped up on the gate and gave me a kiss," she said.
But Becki also
noticed Milo lost 15 pounds and is more aggressive.
beyond my wildest dreams that I would ever get him," she said.
Becki admits to
making a big mistake that could have prevented her ordeal: She never bought
Milo a dog license. He now has one.
me, that will never happen again," she said.
Milo's story is
a lesson for all owners of unlicensed dogs.