Good News: Everett couple finds dog after pup stolen in running car

Aug 30, 2022, 1:20 PM
Photo from KIRO 7...
Photo from KIRO 7

A 1-year-old puppy who was stolen in a car that was stolen on Aug. 20, has been safely found in Skagit County on Monday.

The car, a BMW X5, was stolen from the 11000 block of Evergreen Way and recovered Saturday in Tulalip.

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Pumpkin, a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, was adopted from PAWS in Lynnwood last year, the last of her litter to be adopted.

Ginger and Matt, Pumpkin’s owners, told KIRO 7 News that Pumpkin has seasonal allergies, ear infections and separation anxiety.

“Pumpkin brings Matt and myself a tremendous amount of joy and stress relief,” Ginger said.

Ginger described Pumpkin as weighing about 65 pounds, and golden brown with white paws and belly. She also has a black snout and a black tip on her tail.

On Monday, Pumpkin’s owners heard from the Skagit Valley Humane Society that Pumpkin had been found.

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Good News: Everett couple finds dog after pup stolen in running car