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Is this your dog? She's taken the DART without a ticket...

Irish Rail think the lost dog hopped onto the DART at Howth Junction – she’s now being minded at Connolly station.

IS YOUR DOG after taking a solo DART trip this morning?

Irish Rail have found a lost dog, and tell us they believe she hopped on board a DART at Howth Junction.

She was found at Connolly Station and is now being cared for by staff members there.

Pic: Irish Rail

She isn’t the only dog to have gotten lost on the DART recently – we previously covered the story of little Lady, who was handed in to staff at Malahide DART station before Christmas.

Though no one stepped forward to claim Lady, she has since been rehomed with the family of an Irish Rail employee who took care of her during the Christmas period.

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Here’s hoping there is a positive ending to this latest lost dog story. If you are the owner of the dog pictured above, you can reach Connolly Station on o1 703 2358 .

Read: ‘Lady’ – the DART dog – now has a place to call home>

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