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Given up for dead after 7 months missing, Truckee dog reunited with owners after long journey

Cassandra Walker cwalker@sierrasun.com

TRUCKEE, Calif. — Covered in trails, trees, dirt and creeks, Tahoe-Truckee terrain is a dog’s paradise, and it’s easy for man’s best friend to find the perfect playground here.

Likewise, Tahoe-Truckee people are dog people, and local pet owners take pride in relaxing at day’s end with every single family member safe and sound, including the furry ones curled up on a dog bed or (sometimes begrudgingly) on the couch.

Sasha is one very loved German shepherd that lives in a home just east of Glenshire with another dog, Bosco, and their pet-parents — Carolyn Magin and her husband Tom Kulczycki.

The couple adopted Sasha from the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe on Jan. 18, 2014, when she was about 2 years old — little did they know the story that would unfold just in time for Sasha’s fifth birthday.


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