Jamie Carpentier of Nashua, N.H., had always wondered whatever happened to Ginger, the dog that dropped out of his life nearly a decade ago.
On a whim, he logged on to the website of the Humane Society of Greater Nashua one night last month and looked through the dogs that were up for adoption, according to a report from ABC affiliate WNUR in New Hampshire. One click brought him to the listing of a 13-year-old basset hound named Ginger.
There was something about Ginger's bio that reminded Carpentier of his long-lost dog. Though there were no pictures attached, Carpentier was struck by the dog's description, which read: "I have the longest ears and the biggest heart of any dog you will ever meet! I am an older girl, but I still have a lot of spunk left."
Without Carpentier's knowledge, his ex-wife had surrendered Ginger to the Nashua Humane Society shelter in 2003. An older couple adopted Ginger, but they returned her to the shelter last October whenRead More »from Man Reunited With Dog 10 Years Later