Terry Horne is not positive that this is the same dog she lost over thirteen years ago, but she would like to believe that it is. Now that I’ve seen this story, so would I.
What say you?
Aww, and I.
Wow, hard to say. Maybe. It’s a husky, nothing surprises me. Frustrating that people may not have taken proper precautions to keep him enclosed in the first place — especially true for a husky, a breed known to wander off. cute doggie tho. hope he had a good 13 years.
No telling, but it is a great story supporting the need to microchip.
I don’t think it really matters at this point. He seems to have finally found his home, whether he was there or not. I agree about the microchip. He’s a beautiful boy!
Another great story – and it really doesn’t matter – he looks so happy.
Woos – Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Pee Ess, our pluckaholic Mom wants to reach in that video and pluck that poor pup’s coat.
Very cool story. It doesn’t matter if he’s the original Simba – he’s happy! I guess that microchips didn’t even exist back then…
I can’t get the video to work. Boo! I don’t know if it’s the same dog or not but someone else commented that the dog seemed happy. If the “owners” are happy too, that’s all that matters!
I think there is a certain fate in the universe that matches dogs to people who will love them. Same dog or not, they are matched.
I would like to think so too but it if he isn’t, it’s still ok!
I would love it if he were the same dog, because it’s such a lovely story but everyone’s right – even if not, this is a sweet dog that deserves a loving home and it’s a really nice story.
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