Experiencing the loss of a pet compares to losing a dear family member. It feels like your dreaded nightmare came to life. A lot of things come into your mind, and all the worrying makes you uncomfortable.
From one pet owner to the other, we share the intense pain and emptiness that follows. No single correct way to grieve and move on will work as everyone goes through a different journey with their pet. A pet symbolizes a child, best friend, sibling, or even a long term companion for some people.
Dogs live an average of about 13 years, and at that time they become entwined into our lives. They become part of our routine and disrupts our life when that part becomes empty suddenly. So imagine the joy the owner will feel if suddenly his beloved pet gets found.
The owner of the canine who fell out a window in the McKenzie – Admirals Interchange most probably felt thrilled after their pet returned. The animal allegedly fell out of a dog walker’s car while turning in a corner with windows wide open.
Witnesses became the key to the return of the lost dog. They gave valuable information about a dog matching the description of “Reina,” the missing 2-year-old female black/tan Doberman mix. According to their statements, the person who picked the dog up mentioned that the dog would be brought over to a vet clinic.
The owner Amanda and Jack filed a report in Saanich Police Department for the missing dog, however, the person who found the dog reported about the find in Esquimalt Police. The distance between two stations ranges about 7-8 kilometers.
The Reuniting Owners with Animals Missing team or R.O.A.M., became instrumental as their post reached the friend of the woman who found the dog. They immediately reached out to the team for assistance. An immediate reunion with the owners soon followed after they contacted the group.
Credits to ROAMBC.org