CODY — When Cody resident Nick Hummel went down to the bank of the Shoshone River on Aug. 17, he observed a scrappy, 10-pound pet he in no way envisioned to see yet again.
Rafting manual Keenan Bruce, with aid from colleagues, had just pulled the dog out of a crevasse beside the river.
Hugo, an Italian greyhound rescue estimated to be 16 decades aged by his homeowners – Hummel’s mom and dad — had been lacking for nine times at that position.
“I figured after a several times, a 10-pound doggy, he was in all probability absent, but we retained up social media,” Hummel mentioned. “He was the happiest very little male when they obtained him out. I acquired him a bathtub, some foodstuff and he’s a delighted minimal camper.”
Hugo went lacking Aug. 7 although Nick’s mother and father, Tiffany and Todd Hummel of Rawlins, ended up going