Calle, a chocolate labrador, was hiking around old mines with his owner and his owner's friend when he fell down a 40' old mine shaft. His owner and owner's friend tried everything they knew to free her. They called anybody and everybody who could possibly free Calle but to no avail. After numerous attempts, they were still unsuccessful in freeing the dog so, the owner asked his friend to shoot Calle to prevent him from suffocating and suffering in the heat of the desert. His friend shot at the dog twice and left him in the shaft for dead.
Several days later, a couple of men were hiking among the same old mines when they heard whimpering and barking. They located the barking and saw Calle who was tired, weary and thin. Through trial and error, they were able to free Calle and located the surprised owner by the chip in Calle's shoulder.
Calle had been home for several days recovering from her ordeal when tragedy struck again - she got hit by a car - and - miraculously survived. Goes to show you, when it's your time, it's your time.
P.S. Can you locate the pronouns not properly placed?