Owners of Dog Missing for Months Receive Incredible News Thousands of Miles From Home

More than a year after the disappearance of her dog, a Californian woman tried to continue to hope to see him again. She had no idea that Zeppelin was thousands of miles from their home.

And lost dog was found 14 months later and identified thanks to his chip, reported WILX.

The House of Sandra O’Neilsituated at Sacramento in California, seemed very empty since the disappearance of his dog Zeppelin. The quadruped had fled without a trace, and his mistress had never stopped looking for him since.

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Illustration of the article: Owners of a dog missing for months receive incredible news thousands of miles from home
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Recently, she passed by one of the places where she was concentrating her research and says she prayed for her 4-legged friend to return safe and sound. His wish was granted the next day.

The veterinary Aaron Stohsfrom the clinic Wildcat Vet Clinic to Louisbourg in Kansas, called her to tell her that he had just admitted Zeppelin. He had obtained his coordinates thanks to his chip.

“We would have liked Zeppelin to tell us his story”

Sandra O’Neil was able to see his dog again virtually, by videoconference, while waiting to be able to hug him again. To bring the quadruped home, which represents a journey of almost 3000 kilometers, many volunteers offered their help.

Illustration of the article: Owners of a dog missing for months receive incredible news thousands of miles from home
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They could take turns driving it, but there is another possibility; by air. A volunteer pilot from the organization Pilot for Paws could actually transport it by plane.

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Sandra O’Neil will therefore have to wait a little longer. She made a point of thanking all those who contributed to this happy outcome, from Heather Reichartthe resident of Louisbourg having discovered Zeppelinto volunteers, passing the staff of the veterinary clinic.

« We wished Zeppelin could tell us his story, tell us where he was “, has also entrusted the Dr Aaron Stohs.

Photo by Alexandre Dieu

Par Alexander God
Chief Editor

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