Bruno is AKC Reunited

When Bruno the 7-month-old Husky pup wandered out of the open gate in his backyard, his owner Carolyn didn’t immediately panic. Bruno would often venture off their property to go play at a nearby pond, so it wasn’t strange for Bruno to be missing for a few hours. But when evening turned into morning, and Bruno still hadn’t returned, Carolyn started to worry.

She immediately reported him missing on social media and to AKC Reunite. And with her Lost Pet Alert package, a poster of Bruno’s details was created for Carolyn to share and was immediately broadcasted to local animal shelters, veterinarians, and pet lovers in her community.

Thankfully her quick thinking helped reunite her with Bruno! Turns out he hadn’t gotten too far and was just down the road at the neighbor’s house!

“It is so important to register your pet’s microchip with AKC Reunite [and add the Lost Pet Alert] to help alert local veterinarians and shelters should your pet go missing” said Carolyn.

With the help of Facebook, Bruno’s enrolled microchip with AKC Reunite, and his Lost Pet Alert broadcast, Bruno was safely returned home in less than 48 hours!


Ghost, the Disappearing Cat

Ghost, a four-year-old cat, took his name a little too seriously and disappeared into the night. Six weeks later, he was reunited with his owner.

Welcome Home, Boo Boo!

It was midnight in downtown Los Angeles and Boo Boo, the six-pound Toy Poodle had slipped through a cracked car door and disappeared into the night.

Nino’s Homecoming

You never know what your pet can do when you're not looking! That's why AKC Reunite is available 24/7/365 for when your pet disappears.

2019-10-09T12:26:44+00:00 Categories: Found Pet, Pet Recovery, Reunion|