A man who thought his dog had been lost forever, his pet returned home accompanied by another dog and a goat.
Kyle Krier’s wife, Laura, from Concordia, Kansas, had let the family dog leave the house to go to the bathroom the night before, but never returned.
“My wife told me there was another white dog in our yard and that Bo took off and wouldn’t come back,” Kyle wrote in an online post.
When Kyle Krier’s wife let out his black Labrador, the dog disappeared, but only a few days later, he was seen six miles away playing in the cornfields with his new friends found.
The dog came back to the hill along with a white labrador and a goat.
Can we come too? The goat and the white Labrador seemed to be in their best behavior in this picture.
We looked everywhere for him and couldn’t find him. We decided to go home and wait for him to come back, but he never did. I went out in the morning to look for him and found no sign of him anywhere.
Having given up almost every hope that his furry friend will return, imagine his surprise at hearing that his dog had been seen somewhere, about six miles from the family home.
”My wife got a call saying someone had just hit a black lab, a white lab, and a goat on the way. My wife called me and told me the news, and I knew right away that he was our dog. I quit my work right away. I saw the crew in a field of beans cut off on the east side of the road.
The video captures the poignant moment when Bo rushes down the Kansas CornField to his master.
Bo’s new friend, a white lab, entered while the goat seemed anxious but cautious.
Not far away are his new friends found: another golden Labrador and a goat who seems eager to join in the fun.
Bo went up the stairs to his trunk with the other dog following him closely.
Not wanting to stay outside, the goat clambered merrily into the vehicle’s cabin.
‘Hey goat, do you also want to get in my truck?’ the man asked the goat. Up! Get in the back. Just feel at home,’ he said as if talking to a group of children.
The three best new friends seemed very pleasant to be around as they climbed.
A few days later, it was discovered that the goat belonged to that neighbors next door to Kyle, Chris, and Shawna Huggans, while the other Labrador also lived nearby, meaning there are many more adventures saved for this trio.
The Krier family, Kyle, and Laura show off with their three children and their dog Bo, on the left.
The three animals seemed eager to get into the cab of the truck, where they looked cozy.
The animals had time to put on their seat belts and get comfortable before returning home.
All three seemed to get along once on board. The good news is that everyone still lives close to each other, so there should be many more adventures among the trio.
Here is the video:
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