Январь 19, 2016
Happy tears for this little guy who is so happy to see his canine best friend returned!
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Dora was reunited with her family at Collin County Animals Services in Mckinney, TX.
CCAS has many wonderful dogs waiting for adoption. Please check out the volunteer-run page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CollinCountyAdoptablePetsMcKinneyTX
Note that this video was created by volunteers, not directly associated with the shelter.
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After a long, agonizing saga of being lost and found, a Shetland Sheepdog has been reunited with its rightful owner. Sharon Robinson had been searching for her missing dog Tipsy since December. By the time she tracked down her pet, Tipsy had already been adopted by a new family. The canine custody battle went viral after Robinson posted photos of her dog, and her plight, on Facebook. The adoptees had a change of heart and returned Tipsy to shelter administrators, who brought Tipsy home.
Nik and Kramer had the sweetest reunion after his pup had been missing for 2 months. Nik says that he left his Golden Doodle therapy dog with an acquaintance in December during a trip to Seattle. He received a text message from a guest staying at his apartment that someone brought a dog to his house and tried to leave it there. When he returned, Kramer was missing. Nik began a campaign to get his pup back and somehow he ended up at a shelter in Los Angeles.
This is the most heart-touching reunion I have ever seen. No doubt that dogs are the best pet that make you feel special, love, and warm.
I really miss my dog after watching this.
Baby was brought in as a stray with some serious wounds and a strange skin condition. Luckily, his loving mom has come in to claim him and provide him with the proper care for his food allergies.
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The mom, named Cora, was reunited with her four puppies at the Marin Humane Society in Novato, California.
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San Antonio celebrates the New Year with fun and fireworks, which were lovely. But the aftermath for dogs can be disturbing. The fireworks tend to freak out dogs and displace them as they try to get away from the booming noises. This can mean stray dogs lose their way, owned dogs bolt from their homes which results in a higher number of dogs in the streets than usual. We met with Katie Boggs of Katie’s Roadside Rescue (www.krrtx.org) and rode along with her to see the fallout of the festivities.
Katie has taken on another full-time job, her non-profit Katie's Roadside Rescue, but it is a labor of love….for the stray dogs in San Antonio. After only a few minutes with Katie, it was clear to me how devoted she is to this cause. It was my pleasure to spend time with her and see her in action.
We drove through some areas known for loose dogs and they did not disappoint. After having seen a handful, we came upon 2 roaming dogs that didn’t run when we pulled over. One was a rather scruffy white dog that had clearly been traveling through very muddy areas, the other a black dog with tan and white accents. They both were quite interested in the treats Katie offered. We were in a neighborhood and the question was, are these dogs owned? Neither had a collar or tags but Katie scanned both for micro-chips; the black one had one. Micro-chips only work however, if the owner registers the dog. So Katie contacted the micro-chip company and gave them the number in hopes of learning who the owner was. Typically they give her information immediately; however for some reason this time, they needed to investigate and call her back.
Katie heard from the micro-chip company who had determined who owned the black dog. She would be in touch with the owner and arrange for Kika to go home!
Kika’s owner’s niece had been in touch and our final stop would be to reunite Kika with her family – that is a success story! What we found out is that Kika had gotten out on Christmas Day when a family member accidentally left the gate open. Kika’s home was about 15 miles away from where we found her, and this was a week after she’d escaped. Thank goodness Kika was micro-chipped and she is now safe at home. Had she not been chipped or we had not found her, her future could have been a grim one as a street dog. This was a New Year’s Day reunion – I love happy endings!
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A Georgia couple whose dog had been missing for two years is reunited with their best friend right before Thanksgiving.
Kelly Thomas and Ted Kupferman live in a monument to Christmas, but this year, they will cherish Thanksgiving.
"These are the times we think of people who can't be with us … or animals that can't be with us, " Kupferman said.
Years ago, the couple rescued their dog named Bear. Two years ago, Bear ran away.
Ted said he ran away after being scared in a car accident.
"I rear-ended somebody and the accident startled Bear, and he ran across 120 and into the woods, " he said. "I spent 12 hours that day searching his name, combing the area, finding absolutely nothing and that's how I lost him"
They knew they would find him someday but they didn't know how.
Meanwhile, two ladies who live in Marietta were trying to catch a dog that had taken up residence in an auto parts yard. They could see his paw prints and would feed him two times a day but for a year, they could never catch him.
This past Sunday, with help from several rescue groups, they rescued Bear. Then, they found a microchip listing his owners. A day later, the family reunited.
"I'm still crying over it … This was not just a dog … this was my best friend; this was my child, " Kupferman said.
Now Bear is home. Home for Christmas. Home to make every holiday ever more special.
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A rescue dog gave his owner a very enthusiastic welcome after their first week long separation. Mark O'Neill and his Staffordshire bull terrier Patch, have a special bond and rarely go anywhere without each other. When the 27-year-old has to spend a week away from his best friend, his girlfriend Kerrigan knew their reunion would be something special, so she made sure to have her camera ready for Mark's return. The pair welcomed Patch into their family last May.