Have you ever had such a big, beautiful, and exciting dream? One that gets your heart beating fast? If you have, you probably know how lonely it can be because your dream only exists in your mind and heart.
In search of happiness, the only way to get it is to run away.Then sit on the side of the road until a person stops and takes you to where your desires will come true. One day, a little puppy thought this and ran away from home. Later that day, it came back with a ribbon from a dog show. It takes skill and grace.
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Bonnie, a beagle-cross who was five years old, decided to go on an adventure. This caused a lot of stress for her dog parents, Peter and Paula Closier.
Bonnie, a beagle-cross who was five years old, thought life was more interesting outside the fence of her Bolney, West Sussex, home, so she ran away as soon as she saw a chance. Peter and Paula Closier, who took care of her as a dog, did not find the situation at all funny.
On July 10, they found out their dog was missing in the morning. They told The Argus that Bonnie went missing while they were making food for her and their other dog, Cleo. “We thought she might not want to eat food, so we looked everywhere in the house.”I couldn’t see her, “I was walking back to the kitchen when I noticed that the Door was open. “Oh no!” Peter replied.
Their two daughters and some neighbors quickly got together to form a search party to find the dog. Peter and Paula tried everything to find their beloved dog Bonnie. They even called the police, the local vet, and the dog warden.
Even after 3 hours, there was no sign of her. “We were extremely concerned because we live next to a busy road. Bonnie was once a stray dog, and Paula told the BBC, “We were so worried she wouldn’t have known to come back.”
The people were freaking out, but the puppy was just chilling on the side of the road. John Wilmer was taking his own two dogs to a dog show in Felbridge, Surrey, when he saw Bonnie just a few minutes after she ran away. He decided to stop and help the lone dog.
He asked, “Does anyone know who owns this cute dog?” on Facebook to try to find Bonnie’s owners. As soon as John was contacted, the family’s concerns went away. After making sure Peter and Paula’s dog was okay, John decided to enter her and his two dogs in a contest for the best rescue dog.
“She was such a good dog that I thought it would be a smart idea to enter her,” John told the BBC NEWS. ” When we found Bonnie and put her in the car, I was in a rush to get there “He couldn’t take her back to her family right away because of this.
John Wilmer was taking his own two dogs to a dog show when he saw Bonnie sitting by the road just a few minutes after she had run away.
And wouldn’t you know it, she got a rosette for coming in third. “It was unbelievable. “You couldn’t make it up,” Peter said as he thought about how his dog came home with a prize. “When Bonnie got back, everything was fine. She just thought she was having a great time.
Bonnie was a year old when she was saved from the streets of Crete. Cleo, who was also saved from the Greek island, has won three rosettes at dog shows for Greek dogs. Since Bonnie had never been in a show before, she probably just wanted to see what it was all about.
“We never took Bonnie to dog shows’ should do it now,” Peter said. “I thought of five different things that could happen when she went missing, with her coming back being the best. This was even better because she brought a rosette with her.” Paula made a joke: “It’s too bad she didn’t win the show.”
He put a picture of her on Facebook, which helped Peter and Paula find her. John decided that the well-behaved puppy should also go to the dog show.
Even though this story is funny and nice, the fear of a pet running away is no laughing matter. Family Handyman said that you should start looking for your pet as soon as you realize it is missing. If they’ve only been gone for a few minutes, they’re probably still nearby, like Bonnie was.
They say to open all the gates and leave food out to get the K9s to come back. Use positive recall words like “peanut butter” to get them to come back, or if your dog loves car rides, start your car and give it a little gas. When you’re looking for your dog, plan ahead. Puppies tend to go back to places they’ve been before.
But if an hour goes by and you don’t see the puppy, call every shelter and kennel within 60 miles of your home to let them know. Call the police and animal control in your area. Officers on patrol will be able to keep an eye out. Make sure to give these organizations a clear description of your lost dog and a recent picture of it.
The first-timer made it home safely and was given a third-place ribbon. One thing is for sure: Bonnie is a very smart girl.
Make sure to give these organizations a clear description of your lost dog and a recent picture of it. The first-timer made it home safely and was given a third-place ribbon. One thing is for sure: Bonnie is a very smart girl.