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Lost dog claimed by others; deaf woman wants it back

10:53 AM, May 27, 2013
Using sign language, Susan Heezen describes the circumstances surrounding the loss of her dog, Bear, during an interview, Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
Using sign language, Susan Heezen describes the circumstances surrounding the loss of her dog, Bear, during an interview, Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
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It was a snowy day in early March when Susan Heezen noticed that her 5-year-old dog Bear was missing.

Heezen, who is deaf and communicates with sign language, just figured the dog wandered off with another farm dog in their small community near Denmark. But two days later, Bear was still missing.

Heezen became worried because Bear was not just a family pet, he helped her in her daily life. Although Bear was not a trained service dog, he had learned some basic sign language and could follow some commands. ...

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