Long, Island, NY - Dog Tracks Down And Finds His Owner At The Hospital
Long, Island, NY - A Bay Shore, Long Island man found out recently that a dog really is man’s best friend when Zander, his 70-pound rescued husky, ran countless miles to find him after he had been admitted to the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Islip.
Channel 7 News reports (http://bit.ly/T5l2WX) that Zander escaped out the back door of the Dolan’s home just before dawn and began running toward the hospital to find his owner, John Dolan. Zander did not stop running until he reached the hospital, where a stranger noticed him and called the phone number listed on his collar.
John answered the phone from his hospital bed and was shocked when a stranger told him Zander was standing across the street from the hospital and needed to be retrieved.
“The dog was really there looking for him,” said Patricia Dolan, John’s wife.
Just how Zander knew where to find his own owner remains a mystery. He had never been to that hospital before.
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