A Wisconsin dog owner found her missing pup in an unusual place last week.

Milwaukee resident Jenny Hazard noticed that her 16-year-old Shih Tzu, Bear, disappeared from her backyard last Wednesday evening, according to FOX 6 Milwaukee.

“It was kind of just getting dark,” Hazard explained to FOX 6. “I was outside with all three dogs.”

“I am looking and where’s Bear?” 

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Noticing that her backyard’s gate was cracked open, Hazard became distraught.

“After about 15 or 20 minutes I was just in tears,” the dog owner explained. “Because he’s old, he’s got a heart condition.”

“He can’t go far in snow…where could he have gone, right?” she added.

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Hazard’s prayers were answered when someone texted her to let her know the pooch was found at a local haunt named Finks.

“We get a text. They said, ‘Your dog is down at Finks.’ I’m like, what?” the Milwaukee resident said.

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Great, I am relieved he’s okay – but what’s he doing at a bar?” she added.

Finks Bar is located roughly a mile away from her home, according to FOX 6. The bar’s owners believe that Bear was picked up by a group of girls who were bar-hopping and brought him inside.

“They took good care of him, and I guess he was pretty popular,” Hazard said. 

“Old man breaks free – goes to bar,” she laughed.

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