Owners ‘reunited’ with stray Border Terrier dog
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A stray dog, who was found wandering along the streets, has been reunited with its owners following an appeal.
The East Suffolk lost and stray dogs team issued an appeal to reunite the stray Border Terrier dog, which was found in Oulton, Lowestoft on Monday, January 6, with its owner.
Appealing for help, they posted a call for information on Facebook.
It said: "We have received a report for a stray Border Terrier found near Oulton Community Centre.
"The dog is wearing a Burgundy collar with four diamond bones on it."
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There was good news on Tuesday, January 7 as the East Suffolk - lost and stray dogs team said the dog had been "reunited with owner."
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