There they laid in my back yard. 2 big labs. One black and one brown. I went and got hubby and at first he thought it was deer. I said can we keep em....... LOL....He said nope!!!! Then i didn't know what to do. So i text my daughter and told her about them and that i seen a collar on the one. She asked if they had tags and i told her i don't know. She said go look. I told her what if they bite. So she told me to take out some dog food and feed them. So i took out some dog food. Got on the steps of my deck and the big black one started grawling. So i showed them what i had and they came right over. So i fed and watered them and checked for a tag but there wasn't any. Now what should i do. The neighbor came out and said they had been there for a little while. I told him I'd call the radio station so they can see if anyone owns them. And i told him I'd call the animal shelter and he said i wouldn't call them. They might not find there home and then get rid of them. So i went in and call the radio station and they put it out over the radio. Went back out and gave them more food and water. Then called the animal shelter just to see if anyone called them and they said no. So then i went and looked out the window and the one dog was laying on my deck and the other one in the yard. Then i thought, now what. So i called the vet's office down the road and the woman there was all excited and said the owners had been calling them. Wow....She told me there names and gave the owners my number. A few min. later the owners called me and she said they were missing since the night before. And they couldn't find them. When the woman came to get the dog she was crying and started hugging me and thanking me. She was afraid someone would keep them and she would never see them again. She said they are very old and have arthritis. She said she has another dog at home and it was carrying one of the labs toys around all night last night. Well problem solved. So happy they are back home. I couldn't of not done anything. It's been too cold out for them.
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