ANDERSON - An Anderson dog was found after its owner abandoned it at an animal shelter over the weekend.
The woman dropped her pit bull off and left it in the parking lot of an animal shelter in Anderson Saturday afternoon.
The shelter was closed and workers advised the woman to wait until it reopened, but instead she drove away.
The dog was captured on camera trying to get back into her car, but she drove off.
The dog took off running, launching a three-day search by volunteers.
The dog was eventually found and taken into custody by animal advocates.
Watch the video to see the full story and the happy ending.
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