ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) – An impressive show dog returns with a loving owner on Tuesday after a wild adventure at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. is checked for a flight near the International Terminal. Officials said Gail had left his chest and ran to the airport. Stephen Boyd and Jeff Miller are biologists at the airport wildlife. They are usually assigned to keep the wildlife off the track and property, but they quickly switch gears to help domesticated puppies. Gail was spotted in a part of the airport known as the rock quarry. Boyd and Miller spent all day on Monday looking for the evening, even during hail, tracking the missing dog.
"We had pretty serious searches all over the airport, but we knew it was moving in a rock career.
On Monday morning, Gail was spotted again in the same area of the airport.
"We focused on most of our demand because we knew it was not going out," Miller said. "We were under the impression that it was there to cover and water," said Boyd, adding that the area is also below the flight line, making it a little quieter than the rest of the property.
so the rain last night could have a low level of water that could be dangerous for her, "Miller said. heavy rain and hail on Monday night had a different tactic. They brought Gail's owner to the rock quarry to try to attract her. He descended into the rocky area and began to call it. It took about 20 minutes to allow the dog to hide from his hiding place, but when he did, it was pure joy. tall and highly excited and relieved that she did not have to spend another night in the wild, "said Boyd.
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