You’ve probably heard the phrase, “a dog is a man’s best friend.” Then many claims that “a dog is a woman’s best friend as well.” And, well, I’m afraid I have to disagree with both of them. A dog is a piece of your heart as well as your best buddy. If you own a dog, you’ve probably experienced the following scenario at least once…

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And it was probably enough the first time.

Pittsburgh family Karl owns a golden retriever named Gunner. He has not been seen in about two years! Days turned into weeks and weeks into months, but Gunner didn’t show up. It had been so long since the Karl family had looked for their friend that they were almost ready to give up. Even in the city’s harsh winters. There were some nice people who fed and dressed Gunner when it was cold. God should thank them.

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Even though local cops had been tracking Gunner for months and had made him a priority, he was always too fast to apprehend.

Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Animal Care and Control Department officials looked for their prey. They had received reports of a loose dog near Squirrel Hill but could not apprehend the speedy dog. Animal Care and Control received news of the loose dog for months and even attempted to track its footprints in the snow. They were eventually able to locate him and transport him to Square Hill, Denver.

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After 20 months apart from his rightful owner and family, Gunner was finally reunited in the most heartbreaking way possible. It all came to an end after 20 months of grief, stress, and heartbreak.

Your relationship with your dog begins when he enters your life and never ends. There are ways to keep your dog’s bond strong throughout his life. Your relationship with your dog will be strengthened and preserved if you bond with him. This will undoubtedly benefit both you and your dog’s health and well-being. Gunner and the Karls, for example.

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