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 manâ€™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 Dolanâ€™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.
â€śThe dog was really there looking for him,â€ť said Patricia Dolan, Johnâ€™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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