A frantic rush, and an ax, to save 42 dogs from flooding at Missouri facility
(Shutterestock.com)

BRENTWOOD, Mo. — Time was passing and the dogs needed help. Forty-two dogs were spending the night at the Watering Bowl dog care facility on in Brentwood when the water started rushing in Tuesday after the record-setting rainfall in the St. Louis region. It was 4 a.m. The overnight manager, at a different location, called owner Jeremy King at his home in Eureka, waking him up. She told him about the flood, and he drove to the location at 2615 South Hanley Road. "The water was chest-deep, and the current was moving," King said. Inside the building, Clara Sage was working the overnight shift. Sh...