A Kelowna family’s new year is starting off on the right paw.
Milla, a pup rescued from the streets of Korea, went missing in Kelowna on Nov. 28, but has since been recovered thanks to the help of K9 Recovery.
“Thank you so much to K9 Recovery, and all of the other people that volunteered so much of their time, energy, and resources for her safe rescue,” said Kyle Dyck on a Facebook post.
The Dyck family is continuing to raise money on gofundme.com to cover the costs of hiring a search organization and to cover vet fees.
Milla was rescued on Jan 2, after over a month of searching.
Dyck reports that the pup had been eating while out on her adventures and appears to be in sound condition. They had set up trail cameras to monitor the pooch’s activity in her favourite Kelowna hang-out spots until they could capture her. The smart dog was rescued from Korea and has learned to be suspicious of usual dog traps, making her rescue especially difficult.
Milla will be receiving veterinary care, rest, and an abundance of love now that she is back home.