Melissa Gosbee, who lives in Albion, Prince Edward Island in Canada, often allows her pets to wander around her property. A few weeks ago, Gosbee let the pups named Ivy and Willow out of the house in the morning. When she looked out the window to check on the pair, she noticed that Willow was standing alone.
The dog owner immediately knew that something was wrong. Gosbee told CBC News that the two dogs are always together, so she found it unusual to find Willow unaccompanied. The family realized that Ivy was missing. Soon after, Gosbee posted online and asked her neighbors if they saw the two-year-old Labrador-Husky mix.
The woman searched the whole area for her pet but found no sign of the canine. It appeared that no one had caught sight of her dog. As she thought about it, she worried that something terrible had happened to Ivy in the woods surrounding their property.
Three weeks passed, and the whole family continued the search mission for their beloved pet. With absolutely zero leads, Gosbee admitted that they were starting to lose hope. The dogs are part of their family, she added, and nothing was the same without Ivy. The entire family felt utterly devastated until, miraculously, Ivy showed up out of the blue.
On November 6, Gosbee spotted something at the corner of her eye while working from home at her kitchen table. She assumed that it was one of their goats, who l had similar coloring to Ivy. When Gosbee turned her head to look out of the window, she did a double-take when she saw that it was indeed Ivy.
Melissa Gosbee began screaming and bawling in shock! She couldn’t even form words to tell everyone the good news.but when the others spotted Ivy outside, they all rushed through the house. Everyone met the Ivy at the doorstep and cried while holding her close.
Gosbee noted that Ivy had lost some weight when she got home but otherwise appeared fine. At the time of the report to CBC News, she added that the canine is already back to her usual energetic self. Where was she all that time? No one knows, but thankful for the miracle, the Gosbees declared they would never let the dogs out of their sight again.
Source: CBC News
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