One family nearly lost their pet Beagle/Beagle Mix dog forever. But they did not anticipate that their dog would return with a present for them as well. Bonnie, a Beagle mix owned by Peter and Paula Closier, had vanished on a Sunday and the couple was petrified to death that she would never return.
Despite being a five-year-old strong and healthy puppy, the dog’s owners do not want the beagle to roam the neighborhood on its own. When the dog returned home later that day, their anxieties were allayed.
But Bonnie didn’t return the same way she went. She had a yellow ribbon tied around her neck, which Peter and Paula noticed as she ran in their direction.
The puppy took third place in a dog show, according to the ribbon! The pair later learned the truth about her prize after they became perplexed by it.
John Wilmer was traveling to a Surrey dog show when he saw the beagle mix. He didn’t know the dog’s owners, and he pondered who they were. He had an idea while en route to the performance. He contemplated taking the beagle to the dog show since he was ready to enter his own dog. Who knows if she will succeed? John brought two additional canines to the show.
He still had time to post about finding Bonnie on Facebook even though he was already running late for the concert. He ultimately made the choice to enter her in the “Best Rescue Dog” category and bring her in. And it’s true—Bonnie even took home third place! Bonnie almost appeared to have left the house in order to win.
However, Peter and Paula stumbled across John’s Facebook post and were quite happy to learn that Bonnie is in good hands. Later that day, Bonnie returned in a flurry to the couple’s open arms with one gift this time.
Bonnie happily donned the ribbon, and her parents are very pleased with her accomplishment. However, the reality that they were anxious and sickly still stands. Peter and Paula are now more watchful when it comes to taking care of Bonnie as a result of the experience.
Even if Bonnie just has a bronze medal right now, she still has a good chance of taking home the gold the following time, right? Will her parents consent for her to participate in the competition once more?
Paula answered, “We might. They are clearly enjoyable to her. Well, if Bonnie could place third without much effort, imagine what she could do with enough repetition. This dog is quite talented.
We’ll have to wait and see whether Bonnie gets another chance to perform on the show. If she leaves the house with her parents and doesn’t leave on her own, that is.
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