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Published On: Fri, Jan 25th, 2019

Ginger The Dog Adopted After 472 Days In Animal Shelter

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DANVILLE, Indiana – Ginger the dog has been adopted after spending 472 days at the Hendricks County Animal Shelter, the longest any dog has spent at the shelter in recent years.

As News 8 initially reported earlier this month, the pit bull mix was brought to the shelter on Oct. 3, 2017, as a stray with a broken hip and heartworms. Once Ginger was in good health, the shelter said they wanted to see her go to a good home.

Michigan resident Michael Trudeau drove for hours to adopt Ginger after hearing about the dog from friends in Indianapolis.

After hearing about Ginger, Jake Query, co-host of the sports radio show “Query & Schultz” on Fox Sports 97.5, told News 8’s Jenny Dreasler he would cover the costs for a suitable home to adopt the pup. The cost to adopt an animal is $70 in cash plus a $9.95 money order to register a microchip.

Query told News 8 he would be going to Danville on Saturday to make good on his offer.


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