Missing dog was trapped in pothole for two weeks

TEDDY, the missing dog has been found after a very traumatic experience!

It seems Teddy fell into a pothole close to his home and became stuck, and was trapped there for two weeks.

Last week the Herald featured the four-year-old Bichon Fris who has now returned home safe and well despite having to be rescued.


A Facebook page ‘Help Find Teddy’ had been set up to try find the missing dog, and the owner posted the good news saying, “Over the moon is an understatement for us right now! He is very skinny and frightened, and how he survived that whole two weeks is a miracle! To get him out of where he had fallen into was a bit of a mission but we owe a massive thanks to Kozie Kennels and Cattery for the help to do that.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone of you in helping us through a very tough fortnight, every message and shared post was what kept us hopeful and positive, we are so grateful. Teddy is going to take a little while to get over his traumatic couple of weeks but boy are we glad to have him back! Thanks to you from the bottom of our hearts.”

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