AUBURN, Calif.-A local pup was rescued after making her way down the runway at the Auburn Airport.
She received special treatment during her stay, even taking a picture as an honorary co-pilot, before she was returned to her family.
Dallas, a 15-year-old Jack Russel Terrier, was found by Placer County Air Ops deputies. She was running down the runway and the deputies picked her up right away to keep her safe. Dallas received VIP treatment while at the airport by getting a grand tour of the hangar and had a photo shoot.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says they helped reconnect Dallas with her family.
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