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Relief after doggie found safe

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I was at Southglen Shopping Centre on St. Anne’s Road and had three dogs in the car.

After going to Shoppers Drug Mart and Bulk Barn, which took about 20 minutes, I returned to the car and to my horror discovered my small Boston Terrier was no longer there.

I was absolutely frantic, but thankfully I realized that Southglen Veterinary Clinic was close by so I went in mainly to alert them to the situation.

I was overjoyed to learn that one of their clients had found my dog and dropped him off at the clinic. I was quickly reunited with him.

I have no idea who this person was, but just want to thank him or her from the bottom of my heart. The relief I felt knowing that my dog was safe cannot be put into words.

— Gabby Hamer

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