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Dogs on road go back home

Published August 10. 2010 05:00PM

In Monday's TIMES NEWS opinion, it was noted that last week two Labrador retrievers were seen walking in the middle of Route 902 on Bugzie's Mountain in Summit Hill.

Motorists stopped to avoid hitting the dogs. Many helped round-up the dogs, and they jumped into an SUV operated by an unidentified woman.

Bruce May, director of Carbon County K-9, said the dogs were brought to his kennels in Nesquehoning.

He said the owner of the dogs claimed them the following day.

The dogs were friendly, in good health and apparently escaped from the owner, who lives in the White Bear section of Summit Hill.

"I just thought you might be interested in what happened to the dogs," May said.

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