Ike Dog Heads to Foster Home

Rush hour pooch begins new adventure in foster care

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    The highway dog hits the road again. (Published Friday, May 7, 2010)

    He survived rush-hour traffic, now it’s time for a new adventure.

    Ike, the stray dog who captivated audiences with two days worth of activity on the Eisenhower Expressway, has  been moved to a new temporary home. The Chicago charity Precious Pets Almost Home placed the rush-hour pooch with a foster family until a permanent one can be found.

    "I'll take him home at minimum for a couple of weeks so I can evaluate him," Steve Zorn, with Precious Pets Almost Home, said. "What we want is a permanent home. We want the next home for Eisenhower to be a loving one."

    The young pit bull spent a week recovering at the Hillchester Hospital for Animals in Hillside.

    Ike Dog Going To Be A-OK!

    [CHI] Ike Dog Going To Be A-OK!
    The vet who treated the dog that spent two days running wild on the Ike gives us an update on his condition. (Published Sunday, May 2, 2010)

    "He's going to get some rest and relaxation this week," Zorn said.

    Anyone interested in adopting Ike should e-mail precepts@gmail.com.

    Click here for a list of local Pitbull Rescue Centers.
     

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