It’s a happy ending for a Nova Scotia family after their beloved pitbull was reportedly stolen and found in another province.
Last month, Isabelle (Izzy) was seen in her outdoor kennel in Porters Lake, N.S, but when the family returned home, Izzy was gone.
Her kennel was open and “it didn’t appear that she had clawed her way out,” CBC News reports.
According to her owner, Heidi Woods, the family believes somebody had taken their two-year-old Amstaff pitbull from their yard.
“She was taken by someone she is familiar with, I believe that, and I am trying to reach the message far and wide that she needs to come home where she belongs,” Woods wrote on her Facebook page.
Cpl. Ron MacLean with the Summerside Police Services began his investigation after receiving a tip about a stolen dog from Porters Lake that somehow ended up at a residence in Prince Edward Island, CBC News reports.Read More »from Nova Scotia family reunited with lost dog found in P.E.I.