Update from the owner:
FOUND!!!! You read that right FOUND!!!!!! FOUND!!! FOUND!!!!
9:30am this morning in an old vacant log house, in the middle of a field, trying to soak up the morning sun through the big window.
She wasn’t sure when I approached. I think she was interested in my voice but poised to run if I was not a friendly visitor. I sat down and talked to her and she slowly came close enough to smell me and then BIINGO ❤️ reunited.
She is really good considering what she’s been through. Doesn’t smell great but who cares about that!!!
She has one sore, swollen paw which we are monitoring.
We took her directly to the VET for checkup and instruction to care for her.
We are all just home now resting and de-stressing.
I will answer all your LOVELY message as soon as I’m able.
Right now it’s all about Sierra, Scott and I recovering from this ordeal.
I MUST THANK!!!!!! So maybe people for HARD WORK, LOVING SUPPORT, and so many PRAYERS!!!
A HAPPY ENDING!!!!!!
That’s all I got for now - time to kiss my poodle again.
Amazing...quite incredible considering the -20 to -35 temps
I'd feared the worst but she totally proved me wrong. Our younger rescue dog Logan was abandoned long enough in northern Quebec to become severely emaciated in temperatures that went down to -50C, which is how he earned the AP name AdventureDog. I don't know how these little guys do it; they have amazing instincts.