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Happy ending for lost shelter dog

6:02 PM, Feb. 1, 2013
Olivia Schaut, 16, of Manitowoc holds Charlie after his veterinarian appointment following his rescue after several days on the run. The shelter dog escaped from a pet fence at his foster home on Jan. 26 and was found and rescued on Thursday.
Olivia Schaut, 16, of Manitowoc holds Charlie after his veterinarian appointment following his rescue after several days on the run. The shelter dog escaped from a pet fence at his foster home on Jan. 26 and was found and rescued on Thursday.
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Thursday was a happy day for hundreds of people in the Lakeshore area and beyond who were hoping and praying for the rescue of a lost shelter dog named Charlie.

The Pek-a-poo believed to be about 2 years old managed to get out the pet fence at his foster home near 34th and Monroe streets in Two Rivers on the afternoon of Jan. 26, according to a news release from the Lakeshore Humane Society. His adventure took him to Adams Street, across the East Twin River and over to Emerald Hills Golf Course.

Charlie was rescued at the golf course at about 7 a.m. Thursday by Tom Zipperer, president of ABC Animal ...

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