“She was very instrumental in organizing a search party,” Kordusky said. “They went out on Thursday night and were able to discover that he was in a garage.”
It was a local man’s garage. At first, the rescuers thought they could just close the garage door to trap the dog, but the automatic garage door was very slow and loud when it went down, and whenever they tried to lower it, the dog dashed back onto the street before the door closed.
“We almost had him twice, but he didn’t want to be caught, and it was just amazing that even after having his head stuck in that thing for 9 or 10 days, that he had that much strength to just plow through,” Kordusky said.