Man Finds Lost Dog 18 Months Later – Amazing Story

A man in Alberta, Canada had his dog, a German Shepherd named Dozer, stolen from his backyard. After about 18 months, he finally decided that he would get another dog. While searching online for another pet, he actually found his stolen dog staring back at him from a website. He contacted the Claresholm Rescue Society which had posted the dog’s picture online. The two were reunited later that same day.

Here’s Brower’s story, as told to CBC Radio’s David Gray of The Eyeopener:

David Gray (DG): What did you see when you started browsing on the Claresholm animal shelter site?

Richard Brower (RB): It was the first post that came up, and Dozer was just staring me back in the face, looking pretty much like he did 18 months before. And my heart just kind of sank and I started shaking.

I called Claresholm right away, and as I was telling her what Dozer looked like, my mom called my father who was just leaving [the town of] Picture Butte out by Lethbridge on his way past, so he stopped in.

He walked in, and as soon as Dozer saw him, he started going nuts, and wagging his tail and we knew immediately, and he was brought back to me that night.

What a great, heartwarming story. Read the rest of the interview at www.cbc.ca.

Source & Photo: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/


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