Here’s the real link
Wow...that link was begging for VIDEO. Alas....
In September, a family in Oklahoma found Brindle under a bush. Amy Rohde and her family nursed the dog back to health. The vet found a pet microchip implanted in Brindle’s neck, and the microchip indicated the dog belonged to Rowley.
Rowley says he felt the hair on his neck stand up after learning his dog had been found.
Thanks for fixing the link to the story. I made the post after reading about the Navy SEALs and the fellow who lost his job over East (earlier posts on FR). This holiday season is going to be ‘different.’ I thought finding this kind of a story would be a respite.
Then the link didn’t work correctly.
Apologies to the forum.
Still ‘Dog’ is ‘God’ spelled backwards. I love my dogs—which I can say here because I don’t want them to get ‘the big head’ and go Hollywood on me.