Last week the story of Khaos the German Shepard spread all throughout the Capital Region like a wildfire. He ran off on his owner, Laurence Wolfe, last Tuesday morning at Thatcher Park in the midst of a thunderstorm and was nowhere to be found. Six days later, Khaos was rescued by the Albany County Sheriff with a drone and tips from the surrounding community.

The story was picked up by many different news outlets and the Capital Region got to know and fall in love with Khaos, the lucky dog. After making their way through the local media carwash, Khaos and Laurence made on final last stop to the WGNA studio to talk with me about the events that took place.

In the interview, we touched upon the local outreach, how Khaos was rescued and all of the people that helped bring him back home. Laurence says in the interview that he did not eat or sleep much while Khaos was missing, but thankfully this story had a very happy ending.