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Man raising surgery funds for lost service dog found hit by car in Liberty

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Angel (Source: Adam Woolley) Angel (Source: Adam Woolley)
Upstate man searching for missing service dog. (Source: Adam Woolley) Upstate man searching for missing service dog. (Source: Adam Woolley)
EASLEY, SC (FOX Carolina) -

An Upstate man has been reunited with his beloved service dog, Angel, who had been missing since July 5.

On Friday, Adam Wooley said his 11-year-old female German Sheperd mix had been found. Unfortunately, however, Angel had been hit by a car in Liberty, SC. 

Wooley said Angel is currently at the Easley Animal Hospital doing okay, but will need surgery. Still, he says he's thankful she's been found.

Angel was missing out of the Easley area in Pickens County. She is Woolley's service dog, helping him manage PTSD. 

On Sunday, the dog owner said Angel was walking, eating and drinking, but still would need additional medical attention.

And though he's happy to have his dog back, Wooley says the surgery Angel needs will come at a price. He's started a GoFundMe page to help raise funds for Angel's surgery. You can donate to it HERE.

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