We have seen films about pet dogs getting Iơst and finding their way home again.
Surely, these films have made you cry, but did you know that these scenarios can happen in real life?
When a pet dog gets Iơst, the one thing that you shouldn’t do is give up.
Because somewhere out there, your dog is trying its best to find you.
After over five years, a family got reunited with their missing pet dog.
Brian Gilpatrick, from Rayton, Missouri, adơрted a Jack Russell Terrier mix puppy in 2017.
He named him Little Buddy. Little Buddy was playful, healthy, and sweet. The puppy loved his family. Brian, along with his whole family, adored the little Jack Russell Terrier mix with all their hearts. Unfortunately, Brian and his family learned a hard lesson one day. Brian noticed that his energetic pup was nowhere to be seen, and they realized Little Buddy was missing. “It’s been so long,” Gilpatrick recalled. “We must not have secured the doggie door good enough.”
For days, even months, Brian and his family tried to find Little Buddy. The puppy was microchipped, so they hoped that someone might have seen him.
They had put up posters, drove daily, and asked around to see if anyone had seen their puppy. Fast forward after over five long years, Raytown animal control rеscuеd a stray dog and brought him to the Midwest Animal Rescue center.
There, they found the dog’s owners, and they were all shocked to find out that the stray they had rеscuеd had been missing for more than five years. According to the woman who found him, he looks likе before he was a stray; he was well-cared for. This backed up the theory that five years ago, someone might have stolen Little Buddy.