A veteran, named Lori Bilyou, who worked as a combat photographer while in Afghanistan, lost her service dog, a goldendoodle.
– A veteran from Afghanistan lost her service dog after it ran away from her home months ago
– She made efforts to look for her service dog but she found eight others instead
– Seven of those lost dogs are back to their owners but the veteran has not found her own service dog yet
Bilyou lost her dog after it had a seizure and it ran off on October 8. The service dog helped the veteran with her post-traumatic stress disorder, brain injury, and other health issues.
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Bilyou and her dog have been together since 2015. The veteran believed her service dog became temporarily blind and disoriented due to the seizure.
Bilyou also thinks that her service dog lost its memory that is why it remains missing to this day.
Bilyou exhausted all efforts both physically and financially in order to look for her service dog. However, she was able to locate eight other lost dogs but not her goldendoodle.
Out of the eight lost dogs, she was able to bring back seven to their owners. Bilyou and her family remain hopeful that they will find the veteran’s service dog.
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