When dogs go missing for a long time, hopes to find them alive and well are small, but however, miracles happen every day and we should never lose hope.
A dog was reported missing in San Diego, California coast two miles from San Clemente Island.
The German shepherd of 1 and a half years older was believed to be drowned in the Pacific Ocean when he fell off a fishing boat, but he was found alive and well after five weeks.
Cute Luna was together with her owner, Nick Haworth on a commercial fishing boat when she fell in the water.
The owner reported the dog missing on February 10, after days of searching and having no results in finding the canine.
“He insisted that he was 90 percent sure that she made it to shore because she was such a strong swimmer,” DeMunnik said.
The owner searched in the waters for about two days, and the Navy staff searched the Island’s water for a week and there was again no sign of Luna.
“THEY WERE PULLING IN THEIR (LOBSTER) TRAPS, AND ONE MINUTE LUNA WAS THERE AND THE NEXT MINUTE SHE WAS GONE,” SANDY DEMUNNIK, SPOKESWOMAN FOR NAVAL BASE CORONADO, TELLS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. “THEY LOOKED EVERYWHERE FOR HER. THEY COULDN’T SEE HER. THE WATER WAS DARK AND SHE’S DARK.”
But the miracle happened and after 5 weeks the dog was found safe and sound in San Clemente Island, near a Navy-owned training base 70 miles off San Diego. Open next Page To See More