Dogs are nature lovers. They love exploring vast areas of grass, trees, flowers, and shrubs around them. Dogs will even lie on the green grass, enjoying the bright and sunny weather with his/her favorite human.
However, not all dogs have a good sense of direction. Some dog breeds have a higher probability of getting lost and not making it back home.
One dog had lost its way on the mountains and was saved six weeks after.
A 14-year-old dog named Chloe loves going to Mount Bross in Colorado on her own every day. After wandering on her favorite mountain, which is near her home, she will go home before the sunset.
However, one day, Chloe did not go home.
Her fur mom, Anouk Patel, tried to look for her in the mountains. Sadly, their search efforts were futile. She had lost hope in finding her beloved dog.
Six weeks had passed, and Chloe hadn’t gone home. Anouk already accepted her fate that she might be dead.
Meanwhile, a volunteer rescuer named Trinity Smith has read on Facebook about the missing dog in Mount Bross. She and her boyfriend, Sean Nichols, decided to search for the dog and return it to her owner.
It took Trinity and Scott two days to find Chloe.
As soon as Chloe saw Scott, she couldn’t stop wagging her tail.
Trinity went to the local bar that Anouk owns, hoping that the missing dog was hers. As soon as Anouk saw Chloe inside the vehicle, she couldn’t stop crying because she couldn’t believe that Chloe was still alive.
Chloe was brought to the local vet for a health check. She had lost a lot of weight, but thankfully, there were no significant health concerns detected.
Several weeks after her rescue, Chloe was able to gain some weight. Anouk hopes that Chloe would be able to go back to her original weight to enjoy walking outdoors once again.
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