Nearly a week after their , the La Sala family of Darlington welcomed him home with open arms.
The search for Cisco began last week when Joe La Sala stopped at in Bel Air to buy dog food.
Cisco, a Bermese Mountain Dog and Newfoundland mix, was in the back seat of La Sala's truck when he spotted an opening and ran out the door, La Sala said.
While making a break for it Cisco was hit by a car, but kept moving.
"I know he’s a little nervous and a little skiddish, not in the house, but in a situation with a lot of traffic," La Sala told Patch Thursday.
A Pylesville woman found Cisco and helped reunite him with the La Salas Sunday.
Kathy La Sala, Joe La Sala's wife, posted on Patch thanking the members of the community and organizations who helped keep an eye out for their missing dog. Check out her full message posted below.
The following message was posted on Patch at 10:15 a.m. Monday by :
Yes! Cisco is home and well! My husband Joe and I are thrilled and feel blessed that our Cisco is back with us! We received a call last night from a young lady, Kristen, from Pylesville that she had Cisco! I couldn't believe it! I just burst into tears! Joe and I immediately met Kristen at intersection of 136 and Jarretsville pike and got our Cisco! We couldn't have imagined seeing him again without all the concerned persons whom we didn't know that contacted us and were looking out for him and giving us so many sightings, mostly were in Rock State Park! All we can say is a big thank-you from the bottom of our hearts for all of you who showed such compassion for our dear Cisco. We also don't want to forget the people who assisted my husband when Cisco got hit by the truck near PetSmart in Bel Air last Monday. My husband was very moved by all those people wanting to help! Unforturnately, Cisco jumped up after being hit and ran away! We also want to thank the Humane Society in Harford County who were so kind each time my husband called to see if they had any news regarding Cisco's whereabouts. Also the Animal Control personnel and Rock State Park Rangers and other employees of the Park who were also very kind and looked out for Cisco! Thank-you to the people of PAWS for their concern and help and to Cisco's foster Mom, Tammy in Virginia whom we adopted Cisco from.
Kathy La Sala