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DENVER — A Loveland service dog training facility is asking for the public’s help in finding three dogs that ran away Sunday morning.
The dogs were being trained by HA=LO or Helpful Animals=Limitless Opportunities, a ministry and outreach community effort of First United Methodist Church in Loveland at 533 N. Grant Avenue.
According to HA=LO Co-Director of Administration Cathryn Bray, the dogs went missing around 8:30 a.m. when they were released from a car and “for some reason all three bolted at a high rate.”
A staff member chased the dogs but lost them over the hogback.
The dogs were spotted Monday around 10 a.m., again at 11:30 a.m. and again at noon, Bray said.
“They all appear to be keeping the pack together and uninjured,” she said.
The oldest dog is Bravo, a 14-month-old Brown Standard Poodle who is 80 pounds and is shaved. Piccolo is a 9-month-old Black…
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