Lost Dog Drops By Odessa Police Department in Texas
A dog surprised police officers in Odessa Police Department in Texas informing them that he had left home! Lost dog dropped by the Police department to report him missing.
Around 3.30 in the morning, the Odessa Texas Police Department received a visit from a dog.
The policemen were amazed when Chico, the German Shepherd, entered the station and decided to “surrender”.
After playing with the cute dog, the agents tried to resolve the case.
An unexpected visitor passed through the doors of the Odessa, Texas police department and jumped on the counter. He was a nice dog anxious to inform agents of a small inconvenience: he seemed to have lost his way home. However, Sergeant Rusty Martin noted that the puppy was not too distressed by his “lost dog” condition. Mostly, he only seemed to have gone out for a little “lonely escape”.
“We were all happy to have him in the building,” Martin told The Dodo. “We had a tennis ball and we threw it in the lobby for a while. Everyone loved it. ” After appreciating the surprise company of the dog, the agents on duty proceeded to solve the mystery, but it was not easy. The dog was wearing a collar, but the identification tag had come off, so the agents asked for the animals to be checked to identify a possible microchip.
Lassie Come Home
Lost Dog – The return to home!
In the post shared on Facebook from the police department page we read the following: “So…. this happy guy randomly strolled into the front desk of the Police Department last night. We’re thinking he wanted to apply for a K-9 position after eliminating a Lassie type of situation. He was given lots of love and attention until he decided it was time for him to leave. He let himself out and after an exhausting search was not found. We were relieved to learn he safely returned to his owner. Chico is welcome back anytime.”
Mr. Edward Alvarado, the owner, had no idea about Chico’s adventure until his nephew wrote to him to tell him, that he had seen photos of his dog in Facebook. “He asked me: ‘Is that Chico?’ I went out and checked. But he was already here with me, “he told to NewsWest 9.” The owner contacted Police department the next day to inform it was his dog and he had arrived home. He lives about a mile from the station. I was impressed, ”said Martin. “Maybe he’s just meant for this job.”