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Stolen dog returned to Texas after 3-year, 1,700-mile journey


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After three years and 1,700 miles, a Texas dog is finally back home after she was stolen from a homeless woman.

Ladybird, a Staffordshire Terrier, was originally trained to be a service animal for a woman who had narcolepsy and seizures. When the woman ended up homeless, Ladybird stayed by her side on the streets of Austin.—More…


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