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An adventurous dog who hitched a ride on a Melbourne train on Tuesday has been reunited with his owners.
'Ralph', the golden retriever-samoyed cross, decided to jump aboard a train at Elsternwick just after 7.30am.
Metro Trains staff found Ralph roaming and helped him disembark at South Yarra, almost 20 minutes away.
They took to Twitter in a bid to find his owners.
"Dog owners on the Sandringham line! Did you lose Ralph this morning?" it said.
"He boarded a train at Elsternwick this morning and is now in the caring hands of station staff at South Yarra.
"If you know Ralph's owner, please get in touch with them."
The adventurous pooch was soon reunited with his owners. Credit: Metro TrainsAfter heeding the call, Ralph's owners fetched the train-riding pooch at about 8.15am and took him home.
They say Ralph is a bit of an escape artist and has gone wandering before.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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