Dog Who Was Caught on Video Escaping From Pet Hotel in Hollywood Found Safe

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Update: Cash has been found safe, according to a post Saturday night on the Finding Cash Facebook page. He was located more than two weeks after he escaped the Pooch Pet Hotel on Highland Avenue in Hollywood.

Original Story:  

A reward was being offered Friday for the return of a dog who escaped from the Pooch Pet Hotel on Highland Avenue in Hollywood.

cash-posterSurveillance video from inside the dog kennel shows "Cash" opening the door of his enclosure and then running through the lobby before pushing open a door to the street.

That was last Saturday. Since then, his owners Louis Angelo and Talita Trygsland have been organizing searches throughout the Hollywood area as well as posting fliers, according to a post on the FindingCash Facebook page.

The most recent sightings of Cash were around Hollywood High School and near In-N-Out Burger on Sunset Boulevard.

Cash is an 8-year-old Labrador/mastiff mix. He weighs about 65 pounds.

"Cash is a rescue dog with separation anxiety. He is very attached to his mom and dad who love him very much. He is very friendly with humans, not so comfortable with other dogs. He is fearful of loud sounds and wind and is easily startled," the post stated.

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