Pip is an extraordinary doggie. After being abandoned and then rescued by his new mistress, he became a therapy dog for children. If his mad chase after a squirrel separated him for a moment from his owner, he nevertheless knew how to return home.
Libby Bowles47, lives in Bristola city located in the southwest ofEngland. She adopted her 4-legged companion named pee after it was abandoned in Spain.
During his first life, pee was a hunting dog. Today, he is a therapy dog with children as part of the program Read2Dogs. It actually accompanies Libbywhich works in education, so that school children learn to read serenely and without fear thanks to its support.
On September 18, 2022, Libby and pee went for a walk Leigh Woodsa wooded area of the city located 8 kilometers from their home.
Suddenly, the canine started chasing a squirrel. “The thing is, he’s very calm and placid unless there’s something furry to chase. He’s run away in the past, but he’s always come back, so when he didn’t, I was pretty worried.”has explained Libby to Mirror.
90 minutes to get home
After looking for him for an hour, Libby was joined by reinforcements. “I met some friends who went to the other side of the woods to see if they could find him. And they saw him go under the fence towards the city center”told Libby.
The woman then warned the Facebook community. Which kept an eye open.
pee was spotted by multiple CCTV cameras. The dog traveled 8 kilometers knowing full well where he was going.
“He went back to our old flat, went through Bristol museum, crossed the Clifton suspension bridge… all while stopping here and there to greet canine friends”reported Libby.
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Ultimately, pee was spotted in the park next to his house. His mistress could finally breathe a sigh of relief. She then called her neighbors who welcomed the canine on the porch.
Libby warmly thanked the community for their help. pee returned home safe and sound without even realizing the fright he caused his landlady.
By Charlotte Jourdain