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Loyal Dog Stays With Dead Owner 30 Hours

A devoted dog who
apparently stayed in the woods for more than a day, barking to draw
attention to his owner who died in the snow, needs a new home.

The family of 61-year-old Claudine Murphy, a Lancaster County woman who
likely died of hypothermia, is trying to find a good home for the mixed
yellow Labrador named Chase.

Neighbor saw Murphy walking Saturday afternoon with Chase. She was found
Sunday evening, some 30 hours later, by a neighbor who heard Chase
barking and found him with the body.

Nancy Althouse, runs an informal animal rescue operation called United
Rescue Effort and was a friend of the victim. She is handling inquiries
from potential adopters.

Anyone interested in adopting Chase should call Althouse at 717-445-5306

Read More at: http://www.fox17.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/loyal-dog-stays-dead-owner-30-hours-19135.shtmlA devoted dog who apparently stayed in the woods
for more than a day, barking to draw attention to his owner who died in the
snow, needs a new home.

The family of 61-year-old Claudine Murphy, a Lancaster
County, Tennessee woman who likely died of hypothermia, is trying to find a good home for
the mixed yellow Labrador named Chase.

A neighbor saw Murphy walking Saturday
afternoon with Chase. She was found Sunday evening, some 30 hours later, by a
neighbor who heard Chase barking and found him with the body.

Nancy Althouse,
runs an informal animal rescue operation called United Rescue Effort and was a
friend of the victim. She is handling inquiries from potential adopters. Anyone
interested in adopting Chase should call Althouse at 717-445-530.
A devoted dog who
apparently stayed in the woods for more than a day, barking to draw
attention to his owner who died in the snow, needs a new home.

The family of 61-year-old Claudine Murphy, a Lancaster County woman who
likely died of hypothermia, is trying to find a good home for the mixed
yellow Labrador named Chase.

Neighbor saw Murphy walking Saturday afternoon with Chase. She was found
Sunday evening, some 30 hours later, by a neighbor who heard Chase
barking and found him with the body.

Nancy Althouse, runs an informal animal rescue operation called United
Rescue Effort and was a friend of the victim. She is handling inquiries
from potential adopters.

Anyone interested in adopting Chase should call Althouse at 717-445-5306

Read More at: http://www.fox17.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/loyal-dog-stays-dead-owner-30-hours-19135.shtmlLoyal Dog Stays With Dead Owner 30 Hours

Monday, January 27 2014, 11:01 AM EST

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