The Sanford man spent five weeks in the hospital recovering from complications caused by the flu.
The crazy story started when Pooch was discovered roaming the grounds of Hunter Huss High School.
The homeowners said they thought someone was breaking into their house.
Some spring breaker saw something they surely didn’t expect this week — a large shark lurking mere yards away off the beach at Gulf Shores, …
The students were issued warnings for possession of an alligator without proper permits.
Video posted by the department shows the firefighter and the dog being lifted out of the well by a rope.
Joel McDonald was convinced the dog was his long lost friend Molly, but he wanted proof.
A fisherman hooked one large shark, which attracted another even larger shark, which then rammed their boat and bit the engine.
“By the time the ambulance and police arrived, the little girl could only say one thing — ‘doggie,’” the dog’s owner said.
“On a typical day in the dry season you can see 50, 150, 200 alligators,” park manager Stephen Giguere said.