Dog found her way home from 6,000 miles away

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PENNSYLVANIA-- A seriously lost dog found her way home from 6,000 miles away.

The 7-month-old pup, Penny was picked up by a trucker when he realized the dog was not where she belonged.

When Alaska Airlines heard the doggy's story, they offered to fly Penny home for free. Fortunately, a volunteer had already driven her from Pittsburgh to Baltimore.

An animal shelter in Pennsylvania dropped of the couple's precious pooch to their new home after they moved from Washington state.

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