Owner reunites with dog after it went missing for 28 days


Almost a month after her dog disappeared in the Cascade Mountain Range, Seattle woman Sierra Eberly was reunited with her pup Snow Beau.

According to KIRO 7, Eberly was on a mountain trail with Snow Beau and he took off running once he was off his leash.

She continued her search for her 11-month-old companion for weeks and it restored her faith in humanity, she told the news station that regardless of she found Snow Beau or not the lost dog “restored her faith in humanity.”

“I had people offering to go do search parties,” Eberly said. “I kept telling people before I found him, if anything good came from this, even if I didn’t ever find him, it was the restored faith in humans. Just how kind people can be.”

On Nov. 3, Eberly received a call from a man who had scanned a QR Code to figure out that she was the owner of a dog he and a hiking companion found.

“I saw his eyes and his face and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, it’s my dog, yes, it’s my dog!’ I’m so happy,” Eberly said.

According to KIRO 7, Snow Beau is doing well but is a little dehydrated and malnourished after dropping from 42 pounds to 28 pounds while missing.