Woman's disabled dog home again

Update on theft of disabled senior dog

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A woman’s elderly dog, stolen from her yard in Ventura, California, on July 8, is home. Gaga, a disabled pug, has been reunited with her owner, Jessica Black.

On Thursday, Black posted a live video to Facebook to explain that her partially paralyzed dog was found thanks to a grooming salon who reached out to her after recognizing the dog. According to Jessica, this week, someone brought her dog into Dee Dee’s Dog Spot in Ventura – a day later, the women who groomed Gaga saw a post about her being stolen and they phoned Jessica to let her know.

With the help of friends, supporters and the authorities, Gaga was tracked down and brought back home. Specific details about Gaga’s puppy-napping situation have not yet been released, but she is said to be very happy to be back home and it appears that she was not harmed during her absence.

Prior article about this situation here.

(Image via Jessica Black Facebook page)

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Mother and pup reunited! So sweet.

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