On Monday morning, a dog slipped away from a veterinary clinic in Englewood, Colo., reported Monday's KKTV News.
Early yesterday morning, the dog, a seven-year-old Akita mix named "Tao," was being loaded into a van by a veterinary technician, when she became spooked and managed to pull free and bolt.
Everyone at the Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology clinic is actively participating in the search, and Tao's family is hoping that the public will help as well.
Tao is frightened and on the run; according to ABC 7 News, she was last spotted on Tuesday morning near Hampden and Jason.
Laurel Burritt stated:
She is extremely sweet, but scared to death,"
I doubt she would come to anyone, but does respond to women better than a man."
If you have any information call call the Humane Society in Littleton at 303-703-2938.
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