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Labrador returned to South Dakota family by Humane Society

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- A dog is back with the South Dakota family who raised him thanks to the people who recently adopted him at the Sioux Falls Humane Society.

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - A dog is back with the South Dakota family who raised him thanks to the people who recently adopted him at the Sioux Falls Humane Society.

The Argus Leader reports that Janeen Rang and her husband raised 5-year-old Jake, a yellow Labrador mix, who went missing from their Turner County farm on Feb. 2. Jake wasn't microchipped.

The Humane Society held the dog for a week before putting him up for adoption. He was adopted on Feb. 8 by another family.

Shelter Director Kori Baade says Jake's adoptive family saw that the Rangs put out a plea to the Humane Society to consider returning the dog to his original home, and the family gave him back.

The Rangs brought Jake back home Wednesday.

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