Dog Escapes Kidnapper But Doesn’t Know How To Go Home, Wanders Around For 3-Years

Harley the German Cowgirl was set to be trained as a police K9, but an accident forced him to quit the training. Thankfully, a family came forward to borrow the sweet boy. After Harley settled in his new home, he was stolen from the neighborhood twice in broad daylight. Distraught, the family began to find Harley through different channels. But there were no leads on the stolen canine, writes ilovemydogsomuch



Three After Halley disappeared several times, the family received a call from the Howard County Animal Control Center asking them about Halley. The family left everything and ran to the sanctuary, and found that Halley had indeed been planted!



It is said that police officer Sarah Miller (Sarah Miller) rescued Harley when a business was suspended. She had asked a couple to pull over for a cell-phone violation. But when she questioned the couple about the canine in their van, they claimed that the canine was not theirs. They explained that the puppy was wandering helplessly on the streets of Baltimore, and they just saved him. Lately, a microchip check revealed that the canine was Harley and that his family had been looking for him for the once 3 times!

The family is very happy that their dog is back, and they thank their stars for a series of lucky events that helped them reunite with Harley. No one knows how the dog ran into the street, but he seemed happy to go home again. What a sweet little phenomenon!



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