Transcript for Missing Iditarod Dog Found Alive
Have you heard about this? That incredible story of the iditarod dog finally found after a month in the wilderness? Traveling more than 150 miles on her own? ABC's David Wright has the story. Reporter: The most grueling sled dog race in the world. 1,000 miles through the alaskan tundra was too much for 3-year-old sarabi. Her musher dropped her midway through because of a sore shoulder. She wanted to stay in the race. I made the decision to leave her at the check point. Obviously, she wasn't done running. Reporter: She managed to escape an went missing for a month. Volunteers passed out flyers and hundred posters. She mushed herself to dplashier view, 100 miles away from Anchorage. Last week, turned up again, this time poking around a church in palmer, 40 miles from Anchorage. Two ladies in car looking for sarabi stopped and mentioned they had seen her walk through our backyard. Reporter: The reverend Tim carrikk put out food and mounted a camera. He managed to corral the stay dog into a cage. All told, sarabi traveled at least 150 miles. Not quite an eye dit rod. But impressive enough. She's made for it. She loves it. I can't wait to give her a chance to be able to complete the race. Reporter: For "Good morning America," David Wright, ABC news, New York. Aw. Aw. A sweet dog. Maybe before the race, a big cuddle and a nap. A big bone.
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