Teddy, a chocolate lab who was lost and hit by a car Thanksgiving night in Spencer County, has been returned to his owners, according to It Takes A Village No-Kill Rescue.
A Facebook post from the rescue announced the good news Saturday morning.
They originally said he had been hit by a car and then left on the side of the road at the 231 exit near the Comfort Inn Thursday night.
According to a previous Facebook post, a caller from Spencer County dispatch then contacted the rescue.
Officers stayed on scene with Teddy, until ITV workers could get there.
They then rushed a bloodied Teddy to an emergency vet care specialist.
Teddy's injures required an MRI and specialist.
While he still has a road to recovery, he's been reunited with his parents as of Saturday.