Beer Can Helps To Reunite Runaway Dog With Her Family Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton, Fla., puts photos of shelter dogs on their cans with the goal of finding them a home. Monica Mathis spotted a picture online of her dog Hazel on one of the cans.
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Beer Can Helps To Reunite Runaway Dog With Her Family

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Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton, Fla., puts photos of shelter dogs on their cans with the goal of finding them a home. Monica Mathis spotted a picture online of her dog Hazel on one of the cans.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Three years ago, Monica Mathis' dog Hazel ran away. But soon, they're going to be reunited, all thanks to a can of beer. Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton, Fla., has been putting photos of shelter dogs on their cans with the goal of finding them a home. Monica saw a picture online of her dog on one of the cans. The former Florida resident now lives in Minnesota, so the shelter is sending Hazel her way. Cheers to that.

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