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Tater Tot Home Safe
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Isn’t it a little weird that in the CBS 42 report on the heartwarming story of Tater Tot’s reunion with her family—the six-year-old Golden Lab who was found days after escaping from a car in a rollover accident in New Hampshire—the reporter never once tell us the condition of the human driver, even after showing a gnarly photo of the smashed-in car? (Watch the video here.) I’m thrilled for Tater (who injured two of her legs), her buddy Buddy and owner John Dale—but I think the human is worth a nod as well. According to the Manchester Union Leader, the driver Trish Dale suffered a concussion and a broken nose but was well enough to celebrate Tater Tot’s rescue.

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Lisa Wogan lives in Seattle and is the author of, most recently, Dog Park Wisdom. lisawogan.com

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