Women with Parkinson’s Disease Is Reunited with Her Missing Pet

Nell had been let out to potty and wandered a little bit too far from home. He got picked up as a lost dog.

Pam Davidson lives in Manitoba-Winnipeg, Canada, and suffers from Parkinson’s disease. On Dec. 2, 2014, her companion pet, a purebred collie named Nell, went missing from her home, but thanks to a Good Samaritan, the woman and her dog were reunited a week later.

Nell
Nell

 

Nell had been let out to potty when he wandered a little bit too far from home. A man driving by saw the dog near the high traffic road, stopped to make sure the dog wouldn’t be harmed, and thinking the dog was lost, the man took the dog home and cared for it.

However, a few days later, thanks to a CTV newscast the animal lover learned Nell had a caring owner and was missed at home.

The man immediately contacted Winnipeg Lost Dog Alert and arrangements were made to have Nell driven back home.

Davidson and her best friend are back together again.

6 thoughts on “Women with Parkinson’s Disease Is Reunited with Her Missing Pet

  1. Thank goodness he was returned home. Some people would have kept him, or left him stray or taken to a shelter. Thank you for returning this wonderful dog to his owner that badly need the assistance of a service dog.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.