In the United States lost in the mountains the dog returned home nine months later
In the U.S. state of Idaho, a dog named Mo, who got lost while traveling with their owners to hunt, returned home nine months later. Reported by the Associated Press.
14-year-old dog breed Chesapeake Bay Retriever spent the winter in the mountains. Its owners Darwin and Cindy Cameron (Darwin and Cindy Cameron) for the three months combed the territory in the vicinity of the city of Boise trying to find a pet. Severe weather conditions prevailing in the area did not allow the Americans to continue the search.
According to the Idaho Statesman in June, the animal rescue Sheri Glankler (Cheri Glankler) found exhausted Retriever on a local ranch. As said the American, referring to Mo could certainly say that she lived on the street. The woman posted pictures of the dog in Facebook, where they saw the Camerons, and appointed a meeting with Glankler.
Despite the fact that Mo has lost the hearing and lost weight, her owners were able to learn animal behavior. Glankler named the dog Legend, on learning that the cat managed to survive.
Earlier in July it became known that in the U.S. state of Florida missing dog traveled more than 320 miles in five months. Six-year-old Pomeranian named Sessi disappeared from the home of his owners in Bradenton. The police of Pembroke Pines found the dog on the road five months later.