There’s one happy dog owner waking up this morning to be greeted by the happy antics of a reunited Schnauzer brother and sister.
The female Schnauzer was reputedly stolen from a car following a motor incident in Corduff on September 13, as the owner/the driver was being attended to by a passer-by who had paramedic experience.
The incident occurred when the dog owner was involved in a traffic accident at the Corduff main lights across from Warrenstown Lawn in Blanchardstown. Both her dogs were in the car with her at the time of the incident, but a woman was spotted taking the dog out on a lead and leaving the scene.
Lisa O’Connor of Missing Stolen Animals (FB) told the Gazette the seven-year-old female Schnauzer was located safe and sound and is now home with her canine brother and thrilled owner.
“It’s a long story but she is home now, so all has ended well.” Lisa thanked the public for sharing notice of the dog’s theft, the gardaí and all who helped to reunite the beloved pet with her family.
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