Canby's rescued dog gets happy ending
It's a happy ending.
The dog rescued in Canby on Monday, July 15 is Chase, and he is now safely home with his owner.
A crew from the Oregon Humane Society Technical Animal Rescue unit rescued Chase from amongst blackberry bushes, poison oak and other debris on a hillside at Village on the Lochs mobile home park in Canby Monday.
He was then taken to Clackamas County Dog Services.
His owner had been unsuccessful in finding him after he disappeared nine days ago in Canby, according to Clackamas County. But the owner arrived at the dog shelter Wednesday to be reunited with Chase.
In case Chase ever tries to make headlines again, his owner will have an easier time finding him as she immediately purchased a Clackamas County dog license for him. She also plans to return on Saturday, July 27 to get Chase a microchip at the county's monthly microchipping clinic provided in partnership with Good Neighbor Vet.
For more information about microchipping opportunities for Clackamas County dog owners, visit clackamas.us/dogs/microchip.html.
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