SHOUT OUT: Hudson, a 3½-year-old Golden Retriever from Tenafly who went missing over the weekend, was found tonight behind a dentist’s office in town — and appears none the worse for wear, aside from some scratches and a wicked thirst.
“We’ll know better when we take him to the vet tomorrow morning,” Emily Wallace, whose parents own Hudson, told CLIFFVIEW PILOT tonight.
Hudson, whose sister died a little over a month ago, was let into the gated backyard of their home, at the intersection of Engle and Elm streets, early Friday night.
Soon after, the 87-pound purebred pooch was gone.
CLIFFVIEW PILOT published a story on Saturday. The family took a Craiglist ad. And the Facebook community went to work.
Staff members at a Dean Drive dentist’s office found Hudson around 7 o’clock tonight, Wallace said.
“Thank you, everyone, for spreading the word,” she said. “We have truly learned the goodness in people.
“So many people, close, and those who we don’t even know, have reached out offering guidance, help, tips, etc., out of pure concern and appreciation for the love of a family pet.
“Your support, thoughts and prayers are beyond appreciated. We are so so so so happy to have our hudson home. THANK YOU!”
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