So many dog owners treat their doggies as their family and that’s exactly why this dog owner did everything in his power to find their stolen dog. The dog was stolen from their home 18 months ago and they were finally reunited recently after a woman helped them see each other again.
According to reports, the dog named Daisy, an English Springer Spaniel, was found 70 miles away from home. The dog was taken from their home in Kent in 2020 and the dog owner feared she might have been taken to a puppy farm so she can be used for breeding.
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- A dog was stolen from its home last 2020.
- The dog owner was hopeless as the dog’s details in the microchip were not registered before it was stolen.
- Thankfully, a woman found the dog and helped reunite the owner and the animal.
The dog owner, Francis Briley, felt hopeless because Daisy’s details on her microchip have not been registered yet when she was stolen. Thankfully, a woman spotted Daisy abandoned and wandering on the streets of Bracknell in Berkshire.
The woman took Daisy to a vet that housed it in a kennel for seven nights. After that, the dog was handed over to the Public Protection Partnership animal warden team. The woman who found Daisy did not stop there as she searched the internet for missing dog posts and finally chanced upon one by Daisy’s owner. Daisy matched the distinctive marks and colors in the description of the missing dog post and the woman got to call the dog owner.
The dog owner shared of the reunion, “I just can’t believe I have her back. I really didn’t think I’d ever see her again.”
“I just can’t believe I have her back. I really didn’t think I’d ever see her again.”
Read more: Express.co.uk