In a story reminiscent of the Hancock Street dog that has eluded captors for years, a "ghost dog" living a feral life in Brooklyn's Prospect Park for four years has been captured.
The brown and black Mastiff became well known but everytime the law came looking the dog faded into the landscape.
The Brooklyn dog is at a shelter for retraining and may be adopted out.
In Watertown, a Hancock Street family and the county dog warden have chased a pooch on the wooded hill in that neighborhood, so far with no success.
Prospect Park’s ‘Ghost Dog’ finally captured after four years of feral survival - NYPOST.com