Service dog of retired soldier with PTSD returned

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A retired army specialist has been reunited with his service dog after having been missing for nearly two weeks.

"Kyng" – a lab-pit bull mix – went missing after a bad accident along Flat Shoals near the Interstate 285 onramp. It was so bad, the airbags deployed in their silver Jeep Cherokee and the car totaled. During the chaos, Kyng, the one-and-a-half-year-old lab/pit bull mix took off running and has not been seen since.

Kyng was the service dog to retired Army Specialist David Jaiman. The dog was there to help Jaiman with his PTSD and epileptic seizures.

Kyng's owner has taken to social media and gone out in the community in his effort to find his beloved companion.

Thankfully, Monday morning someone spotted Kyng along the road. He was checked out and quickly reunited with his owner.

Jaiman said it had been extremely difficult to function these days without his best friend by his side. The worst thing about all was he had no idea if Kyng was dead or alive.

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