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A dog lost for 4 months was found alive in the snow and was reunited with its owner

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The last time his owner saw Russ, a three-year-old dog, was in late August, when the animal ran away after someone scared him. Later, Ricardo Rodríguez spent a lot of time searching for him and calling shelters to make a complaint about his disappearance. After four months, the dog was finally found alive.

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The event occurred in California, United States, and was released by CNN. Said media reports that the Caldor fire forced the community to evacuate, causing Rodriguez left without Russ, that he was already unaccounted for.

The Caldor fire it destroyed about 1,000 structures, in addition to consuming thousands of hectares of land near the California-Nevada border.

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“After months of no news, I assumed I was in good hands with another owner”Rodriguez told CNN about his dog Russ.

But the “miracle” occurred on December 16, when a skier who was near Twin Peaks he noticed a dark-colored dog huddled near a tree.

“Kyle Shumaker, an El Dorado County Animal Services agent, was unable to reach the dog, so Wendy Jones, founder and CEO of Tahoe PAWS & TLC 4 Furry Friends, was notified,” CNN reports.

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This non-profit group seeks and rescues lost animals, so the mission to go by Russ it started right away.

“We had only one chance, either we caught him or he wouldn’t survive the night.” Leona Allen, one of the volunteers at Tahoe Paws, told CNN.

Russ he was covered in snow, curled up, enduring sub-zero temperatures.

Leona Allen and Elsa Gaule they started the rescue mission. They walked up a steep snowy hill and followed the tracks in the snow until they reached Russ.

I was halfway up the hill and I heard Leona start screaming.” Gaule told CNN. “At first I wasn’t sure why he was yelling, but he said, ‘Elsa, I found him and he’s alive!’

Leona Allen and Russ wrapped in blankets as they sled through the snow. (CNN).

The dog was scared. After trying to give him treats to attract him, Gaule finally decided to slowly approach the dog.

“I put my hand under his chin, and he immediately rested his head on it,” Gaule told CNN. It was then that they knew that Russ had gained confidence and i was ready to be rescued.

When they came down the hill, Russ he was turned over to Agent Shumaker and taken to the vet.

CNN reported that Russ was completely healthy despite being alone for four months, being exposed to fires and freezing weather.

After staying a few days in Recovery, tried to trace the microchip of Russ to find its owner. December 26 was the day Ricardo Rodríguez was finally able to see his pet again.

“I was ecstatic”Rodriguez told CNN. “I was hoping to help my dog ​​find his way back home.”

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