A young Husky called Enzo, the four-legged escape artist who stopped traffic at rush hour on I-95 on Friday, had to be rescued once again and brought back to a Bucks County pet center after he took off on Sunday, writes Liam Price for the Philly Burbs.
The pup first made the news when the police had to chase him down for a mile after bringing traffic to a stop on I-95 last week. Once he was captured, he was brought to the Town and Country Pet Care Center in Langhorne.
Only two days later, he was on the loose again. This time he was chased up and down State Road by Philadelphia police officers for 35 minutes before he was captured.
“Apparently it almost caused an accident, and it held up traffic for a bit, but a lot of people stopped to help,” said Angela Carpino, the general manager of the pet center.
Both times Enzo was returned to the Philadelphia woman who owns him. The pup escaped by breaking and climbing a 6-foot fence.
“It’s a typical Husky thing,” said the owner.
Read more about Enzo in the Philly Burbs.