Lost dog Buck reunited with owner

FELTON — Buck, a 19-month-old Great Pyrenees that has been loose since Dec. 28, has been reunited with Felton’s William Moser, who said his dog is really in need of a bath after a week on the run.

Mr. Moser found Buck at Bowers Beach at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 6. “He weighs a little bit less. He’s a lot more dirty. But it’s really good to have him back after searching for him for so long.”

Mr. Moser adopted the big white dog on Dec. 23 after he had to have his previous dog Ace, another Great Pyrenees, euthanized after he fell ill in November.

On the night of Dec. 28, a loud noise spooked Buck and he escaped from his fenced-in yard. Area residents had tracked his sightings on social media; a special page “Bring Buck Home” was created this week.

Mr. Moser, and several others in the community,  vigilantly searched for Buck, and he had even called an animal communicator, Martha Grace.

 

Delaware State News staff writer Mike Finney can be reached at mfinney@newszap.com.

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