The Grouse Mountain workers recognized the dog and returned her to her family.
Luna went missing in Canada for several weeks and her owners shared photos of her on Facebook, asking users to help find her. With this information, Grouse Mountain workers identified her and returned her to her family.
Luna, a three-year-old Hindi dog who lives with her owners in North Vancouver, Canada, went missing in the Lower Lonsdale area on November 29 this year, before they joined a Facebook group to ask users for help.
They shared her photo and contact information in case anyone sees her anywhere.
Since then, they have been asking the band members for a collaboration to get Luna back.
Luna owners waited days for this special call with good news until it happened. According to Global News, Luna was found at 8am on Grouse Mountain, which belongs to the same city where she lives.
Joy returned to her life.
Luna’s footprints left in the snow where she was found allowed the task force to locate her under the loading dock.
Her team recognized her through photos posted to the Facebook group.
When she was around, rescuer Kevin Smith took her to reunite with her owners, who missed her so much.