Dog re­united with fam­ily

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call say­ing that Angie had been caught. Later that evening Angie was back in their arms.

“A friend of the fam­ily had the idea of putting a ken­nel out in the area with a blan­ket and some things from Angie’s fam­ily, “said Sgt. Dem­mon. “It worked and the next morn­ing, Angie was curled up on the blan­ket. She is a lit­tle bit thin­ner, but she is home now.”

“There were lots of peo­ple in the com­mu­nity that spent time look­ing, the Lin­den Cit­i­zens on Pa­trol (COPS) group, Howdy Robin­son, Sherri Trithart, Flo Robin­son, and Car­rie Pen­ner es­pe­cially. The Car­bon Fire Depart­ment had mem­bers out just about ev­ery day search­ing. Sgt. Dem­mon was an ab­so­lute god­send. He re­fused to give up and was con­tact­ing me­dia, go­ing door to door for us, and never gave up. Dar­lene Burt spent more nights and days staked out than I can tell you.” Cal and Deb­bie’s daugh­ter, Sheri White told “We aren’t sure how she stayed warm. We found tracks near a coy­ote den that looked like she may have been curl­ing up in it. We found lots of dead cow and deer car­casses that she was munch­ing on in the

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