After a 130-kilometer run, the injured dog is eventually found by her owners.
“Finally we found a dog that had been missing for almost 7 months at a shelter in New Jersey and we were very happy.”
Its owners had to set up a fund because the weak dog had suffered and needed expensive care.
After a seven-month separation and a nearly 130-kilometer run, the wounded dog is eventually found by her owners.
Newsweek later wrote that it was a very touchy moment.
The dog’s name is Teddy, and his troubles began in California. His previous owner abandoned him when he was injured and took him to a safe house in Los Angeles.
After the operation, the dog was given up for adoption. But the owner never showed up. Thus, everything became risky for the dog, because it could be euthanized.
But, fortunately, when Washington resident Salvador Della Monica heard the story of a small dog, he decided to get one. A new life has begun for Teddy. But that was not all.
The dog later disappeared on a routine journey. His search went on for seven long months. In the end, he was found in the asylum. The dog was injured, but alive and well.
Buddha Dog Rescue and Recavory posted videos and photos of this emotional moment of reunion on their Facebook page.
Dog owners opened a wallet to collect the money needed to care for the dog.
Fortunately, the contributions were not late. The $10,000 needed was raised quickly.