On January 22, hundreds of animals including chickens, roosters, rabbits, exotic birds, bellied pigs, ducks, geese, cats and dogs were found in a house in spring in one of the top five worst cases of living conditions that the Houston SPCA said they have never seen.
Wrangler, a 3-year-old great Pyrenean, who was discovered inside a metal cage in the backyard, turned out to be the only animal that was microchiped.
The dog was registered with Ryland Brown, an American Air Force airman currently serving in Spokane, Washington.
Brown said a friend gave Wrangler away after leaving for basic training, and eventually gave up hope of finding him again.
On Friday, Wrangler was arriving from Bush’s intercontinental airport in Washington to rejoin Brown.
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