Tie, dog rescued from Metro-North train tracks, gets adopted

When a chip wasn't found, the dog was

When a chip wasn't found, the dog was put up for adoption. (Credit: News 12 )

THE BRONX - A dog rescued after running all the way from Greystone Station in Westchester through the Bronx to Grand Central Station has been adopted.

Tie was taken to the Animal Care and Control Center in Manhattan in the hope of finding an identification chip.  

When a chip wasn't found, the dog was put up for adoption.

After a few days and over three dozen adoption applications, she was picked up Monday by the Miller family, who just couldn't wait to snap the first family portrait with their newest, most famous member.

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