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Dayton woman offers beer, smokes for finding lost dog

Source: Abigail Miller’s Facebook Source: Abigail Miller’s Facebook

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio woman made fliers offering a case of beer and a pack of cigarettes as a reward for finding her lost dog - and it worked.

Twenty-three-year-old Abigail Miller of Dayton offered the unusual reward after her two dogs escaped through an open gate on Jan. 2.

She found one of them at a local animal shelter a few days later, but the other, a Husky named Zoro, remained missing.

The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/1al3foP) reports that Miller came up the reward because she could afford it and figured it would attract attention.

She was right. The man who called and told Miller where to find her dog turned down the reward, but she says she's going to offer him some food from the sandwich shop where she works.

Information from: Dayton Daily News, http://www.daytondailynews.com

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