Kudos & Kindness | TahoeDailyTribune.com

Kudos & Kindness

On Feb. 9, our two beautiful wolf dogs walked out of our backyard after our landlord shoveled snow off the roof. This started a search ending Feb. 19 with an outcome that saddened our family. Dakota was found on Echo Summit, and just minutes before I could get to him, he was hit by a car.

We want to thank the young couple who returned Akila to us. Also, thank you to the wonderful staff at the Tahoe Daily Tribune, the animal shelter, the employees of Lake Tahoe Accommodations, our family, friends, all local businesses that allowed fliers, the highway patrol and Alpine Animal Hospital.

Most of all, to everyone who called with sightings or just to wish us well in finding Dakota, we can’t begin to say how much you have touched our hearts. We’ll never forget the kindness and love that came from our community.

Lennette and Dennis Perry

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