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Neighbor's Dog Reunited with his Owner

January 11th 2013 1:15 pm
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Our neighbor has a basset hound that we see all the time when we go for walks around our neighborhood at his house barking at us through the fence. On Sunday morning, mom sees him strolling down the street by himself without his owner and when she said "Hey there little fellow" he luckily came to mom quickly and she took him home, safe from the dangers of the road. I was watching all of this out the window i might add. When she came in the house I told mom she could us my leash to walk him home to his owner since he had a collar for a place to snap a leash on, but be sure you bring my leash back and wash it afterwards. He has got out once before when his owner's didn't know it until later after they came home from work. We are thinking he must have dug out from under the fence is how he escaped. He resembles Oscar and brings back memories of him for mom every time she sees him with those long soft ears. She kept wanting to say Oscar so much when she seen him. He is very sweet and friendly dog that leads very well. He had no dog tag with any identification whatsoever with a name and phone number which you should always have on a dog to prevent a dog from getting lost or microchip. Luckily, we have seen the dog before and knew his owner he belonged to and some are not so lucky. Mom made me a bone-shaped dog tag that is blue (my favorite color) at Petsmart when i first arrived at my forever home with her name, address, and phone number (like i would run away from mom not in a million years) Bol to prevent me from getting lost.

All in all, it was a happy ending for all. We didn't want to see him get run over by a car or anything bad to happen to him. It was so beautiful to see the little fellow we found reunited with his daddy. His folks sure were happy to see him and relieved that we found him and thanked us for his safe return. Although, he wasn't really concerned much about being lost because he was enjoying his adventure at the present time in a unknown world Bol!!!! Heck, i don't blame him because I would be too.

All's well that ends well!



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Barked by: ♥Sophie Claire CGC (Dogster Member)

January 11th 2013 at 2:25 pm

Good news Bear and I know your mom misses Oscar but you are such a handsome boy and great company for your pawrents. You are right bout us all wearing a tag with our info on it.
Barked by: Flicka ~ CGC (Dogster Member)

January 11th 2013 at 2:49 pm

Thankyou for keeping him safe !
Barked by: Abby CGC (Dogster Member)

January 11th 2013 at 3:05 pm

So happy you saw him and we able to take him home. Thank goodness he came to you. *hugs*
Barked by: ♥Bear♥ (Dogster Member)

January 11th 2013 at 3:38 pm

Thank you Sophie! Mom does miss Oscar, but our home has its balance restored and we are much happier than we were after our loss. Mom knows her and Oscar will met again someday and remembers the good times they both shared. She is happy knowing she provided him with the best life possible and embraces the satisfaction of that.I help mom feel better and she is glad to have found me. I bring so much love and joy into her life and i keep her on her toes. Bol!!!!
That being said, we learn to honor the lives and friendship of our dogs and we go on to care for another dog. This acknowledges our ongoing appreciation for the place they have in our lives.

Abby, mom is very good with animals especially dogs and cats.


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