Resolution - Brady missing airport dog has been found

Happy resolution for Brady, dog who disappeared at airport

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There is a happy resolution in the case of Brady, the dog who disappeared after breaking out of a crate at Florida’s Tampa International Airport. The boxer-mix, missing for two weeks, has been found.

The glorious news was released to followers of the Bring Brady the TIA Dog Home Facebook page on Thursday:

The update we have all been waiting for!!! I am so overjoyed and happy as I am writing this. Happy Happy Tears!! All I can release right now is that Brady has been found!!

A short time later, a tail-waggingly happy video of Brady’s reunion was posted to the same page:

https://www.facebook.com/10NewsWTSP/videos/1774050169295394/

According to the Tampa Bay Times, Brady was found in a humane trap on Thursday. By the time she was found, she had dropped nearly 20 pounds and was covered in bug bites and ticks. Brady also had a badly mangled jaw – possibly the result of her crate break-out escapade at the airport.

Brady has to undergo surgery to repair her wounded jaw – something which generous donors have already covered financially.

Read about Brady’s initial disappearance at this link.

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4 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    Happy news to hear on a Friday. Enjoy having Brady home again. I doubt he will ever try that again. Nice to hear happy endings.

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  2. Nancy Raymond says:

    O Yes, so glad Brady was found – all airlines need to step up and ensure animals given the same care and protection as humans – this happens way too often that animals either escape or are so poorly transported and ignored by airline staff that they are injured and/or die. People pay big bucks to take their animals on planes and airlines need to step up and make arrangements (special compartments, not cargo) for animals to be safe.

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