The report of two foster dogs missing in District of Highlands in Canada set the rescuers in action to find them and irrespective of the hardships involved, they were not willing to give up.
It was to the credit of tireless efforts of Canada’s Victoria Humane Society volunteers to rescue the pooches from the wild after 61 days of their disappearance.
Speaking to Canada’s CTV News, the executive director of animal charity Penny Stone commented, “There was no chance we wouldn’t catch them because we weren’t going to give up,”
The task of search was indeed not simple. We know about rescuers who swam across dangerous river to rescue a dog earlier and this feat was no less credible.
The rescuers made all out efforts to trace these dogs and used high tech gadgets like thermal imaging cameras, deployed bloodhounds besides pasting over 500 “Lost Dog” posters in the local community area. Fortunately, the five cameras set up in the woods caught the pictures of these dogs roaming around. The rescuers set the trap and rest was easy.
It was revealed that these dogs were saved from hoarder’s property and were extremely scared of human beings. Stone however is optimistic of their rehabilitation in due course with some love and care. She quipped, “We know that starting here we are going forward and these dogs’ lives are just going to get better”.
In the video below, you can see that they have developed a bond between them now.
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