Search and rescue teams found a beloved search and rescue dog who disappeared in Fritton Wood, near Gorleston-on-Sea, last week. The German short-hair pointer, named Juno, is one of the “top dogs” with the Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue, but last Tuesday, she disappeared and became the subject of an intense search by the team who typically worked hand and snout with her to find missing people.
On Monday, the Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue team alerted Facebook followers that Juno had been found, writing:
11:17 Juno was located by a drone team. Teams we then rapidly deployed to her location where a boat team was guided in to recover Juno. Boat team then proceeded to a slipway where she was meeting by Ian her handler and team.
She was swiftly put into a marked vehicle and taken to the vets to be checked over.
June was said to be in “great spirits,” and aside from some sore paws, she was in good condition and able to return home.
Words of gratitude were shared with all who helped bring the missing dog back home:
We would like to thank all those who shared the post, over 7,500 shares and reached over 500,000 people.
65 searchers and 20 support members from
Norfolk & Suffolk 4×4 Response
Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue
British Red Cross
Kent Search & Rescue
Search Dogs Buckinghamshire
Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue
And all those who helped! Thank you!
(Image via Facebook)
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