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A pet dog who vanished for two days after being ejected from a vehicle during an accident has been found apparently doing the job it was bred to do — herding sheep.
Linda Oswald’s family and their dog, Tilly, were driving along Idaho State Highway 41 on June 6 when they crashed into another car, launching the dog through the rear window, The Spokesman-Review reported.
The unharmed but stunned dog ran away, prompting an immediate search with at least six complete strangers who witnessed the crash and pulled over along the highway to help, Oswald said.
Oswald said the family then wrote a Facebook post that included a picture of the 2-year-old border collie and red heeler mix; more than 3,000 people shared the post. That’s when Tyler, Travis and Zane Potter recognized the dog in the photo as the same dog they saw on their family farm south of Rathdrum on June 8.
“I think that dog was trying to herd,” Travis Potter said. If it weren’t for the Facebook post, Tilly would still be out there, Oswald said. (AP)
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