‘Nugget’, the dog who was stolen from Langford’s home after being found in Alberta
Nugget was in an RV and truck that were stolen on May 26
A puppy who went missing after an RV with the dog was stolen in Langford last month has been safely returned to his owners after being found in Alberta.
Nugget, a three-month-old Pomeranian, was surrendered to the Brooks Animal Protection Society in Brooks, Alta, according to a June 6 Facebook post by ROAM – Reuniting Owners with Animals Missing.
“A huge thank you to everyone who helped us spread the word and his adorable little face out there. Also to those who called and reported sightings. We cannot thank ROAM and all the other agencies enough for all they are and have done. Proof that it really does take a village of kindhearted people to move a mountain,” wrote Carsen Brooksbank in a June 7 Facebook post
Brooksbank said in a June 8 post that Nugget was on his way home and is expected to arrive later in the night.
The news that Nugget was found safe was well received on social media, with many people taking the floor to say how relieved they have been at the efforts to locate him over the past few weeks.
Nugget was reported stolen with the truck and RV from the Goldstream Avenue and Jacklin Road area on May 26, according to an earlier press release from the West Shore RCMP.
Shawnigan Lake RCMP later recovered the abandoned RV in the Kapoor Main area without the truck or the pup.
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