LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Andre James in South Jordan, Utah, found a surprise when playing remotely on a claw machine in Las Vegas. 

"I actually emailed their customer support or whatever and ended getting a response saying, 'yeah that was our company dog,'" James said. "I'm just glad  the dog didn't get hurt ... with the crane or something like that.", based in Las Vegas, has several claw machines that allow people to play from hundreds of miles away. When James was playing and found the company's dog, Izzy, trapped inside, he quickly found that she was too heavy for the claw to pick up. 

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