Seems to have been a week for lost Dogs in the Dunfermline area. A week ago I was heading home with one of my dogs and met a woman frantically shouting for her black Labrador, turns out he was lost on his walk that morning. Unfortunately I had not seen an unaccompanied dog on my travels but assured the lady that I would do my best, phone the Police etc, if I did find him. Ten minutes later and what did I see up the banking beside me but a black Lab! Being me I acted first and thought later, calling the dog to me, convinced it was the missing boy, only for his owner to come up behind him. Felt like a right idiot but I also had no opportunity to explain myself as firstly they were up a banking in a field and secondly the owner of the dog was deep in conversation on his mobile phone. So Mr Black Lab Owner, if you are reading this, I apologise and I was not trying to dog nap your dog, got enough trouble with my own pack at home!
At the weekend I was in Blairadam wood when I met a man who asked me if I had seen a golden labrador, turns out a lady had lost this dog and was cycling round trying to find him/her. Unfortunately I didn't see this dog on my travels and can only hope that he/she was reunited with their owner.
So, if you're a dog owner the chance of losing your 'best friend' while out has probably crossed your mind, I know it's certainly crossed mine. Do you know what you would do? This site http://www.lostdogs-scotland.org.uk/ has some great information.
What about the missing black Lab I hear you ask, well the fantastic news is he has been reunited with his owners, you can read about him herehttp://www.lostdogs-scotland.org.uk/re-united-dogs/item/sambal?category_id=5.
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