Have you ever experienced the feeling of losing someone you love? The thought is emotionally painful.
Andrew Bessy of Airboss Defense Inc. lost his black labrador, Scout, last Christmas of 2014 while they left him in the care of a family friend. Scout crossed the street and ran away to the woods. The missing dog was found after 52 days. How did he survive?
The family consulted an expert in New Jersey on how to track their lost dog. On a Valentine’s day weekend, Scout was rescued with the trap set by the family. The capture of Scout brought relief and happiness to the family.
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The thought that the dog was able to survive in the wild was astonishing.
“We were really nervous, pulling back the cover and the trap cover, wondering whether it was her or not,” said Bessy, operations manager at AirBoss Defense Inc. in Milton, Vt. “When I finally got a look into the trap, I saw it was a dog shape. It was her. She recognized me and was so excited to see me and my wife.
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”Bessy and his wife, Erin, and their two daughters, Deanna and Julia, could breathe again. Scout had survived for nearly two months, among bobcats and wild animals, in the cold and snow, “a brutal winter, even by Vermont standards,” Bessy said.
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