Alan was walking with his dog Mitzi when he suddenly lost his dog in the woods due to another dog.
But the rescue was a wonderful moment for the man to discover after finding his young dog, the Jack Russell Terrier, three days after he disappeared.
The bigger dog has drifted into the dog’s woods.
A bigger dog had driven Alan’s dog into the woods by the middle of last week. The dog never returned from the forest after this escape. Big dogs in the open are problematic with these little dogs. They just want to play but the little dog fears the big dog and runs away.
There is nothing that can be done when this happens. Either the big dog catches the little one or the small dog escapes but gets lost from its Owner and disappears.
At last, he will rescued his dog in the forest.
Dog owner Alan searched for his dog, Jack Russell, in the woods until dusk, but eventually had to stop searching as the evening turned dark.
He said: “It was shocking to even think that my beloved dog was dead or could not be found anymore. Alan told a local newspaper.
“I was shocked and almost burst into tears every time someone took my dog out, I missed him so much.” I was already losing my hope of finding my dog. However, I kept searching.
One morning before the weekend, two days after his dog disappeared, he received a call from another dog owner whose house was in the woods:
“He told me that his dog had sniffed around a fox hole. My dog had never sniffed a fox hole before, so I stopped everything and went to investigate the fox hole.”
“I had already completely lost hope, but again I had faith to find a dog. We went on to investigate the matter and were relieved because I had begun to lose hope,” Mr Whitton said. Finally we found a fox hole in the forest where the dog had gone to hide in fright but could not get out of there any more.
Alan dug his dog out of the hole with his bare hands and was filled with joy.
In the end, a happy Alan celebrated Mitzi’s rescue when he had a delicious vegan sausage for a beloved dog. The next step was a medical examination of the dog and the mite removal process with a local veterinarian!