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Missing Montana judge’s dog found safe

March 9, 2019

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A dog belonging to a Montana judge has turned up alive after it had gone missing for a week in bitter cold temperatures.

KFBB-TV in Great Falls reports that the dog belongs to Cascade County District Judge John Parker who had to be rescued March 1 when he went missing while trying to find his pet. He was treated at a hospital.

Sheriff Jesse Slaughter says a neighbor found the dog Friday in the vicinity of where she went missing and is in good condition.

Both the judge and dog are back home now.

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Information from: KFBB-TV, http://www.kfbb.com