Clyde has been found!

clyde the missing dogClyde is the dog that ran off after the car he and his owner were riding in rolled over on I-90 near Albany Landfill. He was spotted a few times near a house in Guilderland recently -- and now he's been found! From a comment posted this morning by his owner, Leslie Evans:

Clyde was caught in a trap last night next to his new home away from home in Guilderland. He was licking his chops and very pleased with himself. Thanks to everyone for their good thoughts and prayers....I'm very grateful for all the local, friends family and internet support!

Clyde will no doubt have some interesting stories for his dog friends when he returns home.

photo: Leslie Evans

Comments

I'm so glad he's back with his owners! I love when a story has a happy ending,

that is just great!!!! i've seen the signs all over and kept my eyes open for him! a great ending!!!!!

Hooray! My doggie got loose once when some contractors left the door open, and I was crushed. Getting him back a few days later was amazing!

Yeah - I love an animal story with a happy ending!

Yippie! I am so relieved!

What a sweet story! And what a great example of GOOD use of the Internet!

maybe that same community spirit that reunited Clyde with his owner can help find the bas%$!@ that killed the two dogs in Berne. Someone knows what happened.

I am so relieved that Clyde was found. I saw the posting on a telephone pole and was on the lookout for him. I am very happy to know he is back in safe arms......

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