A 7-month old Vizsla is back with her parents after getting lost and taking a 2,400-mile road trip with a truck driver.
“Penny” ran away from her owner’s office in Royal City on December 19. A truck driver picked her up and traveled with her 2,400 miles to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He dropped her off at an animal clinic where vet technician scanned her for a microchip and discovered she was lost.
Kendra and Colt Brown had created a Facebook page called “Bring Penny Home For Christmas” in an effort to locate their dog. When they got the call from Banfield in Pittsburgh, they found a nearby animal rescue group willing to pick up Penny and take her to Baltimore.
Alaska Airlines then flew Penny home for free. She landed at SeaTac on Friday night. Her owners were ready with treats and a lot of kisses.