A few days ago, Eleanor Donahue drove to a friend’s house as she passed her hometown of Walgreens. The pharmacy was closed, but an impatient customer came to the store.
“I saw this Great Pyrenees trotting down the road, and I expected someone to chase her, but no one was on the road,” Donahue told. I did. “She turned into her parking lot, so I chased her and called her.’Puppy, come here!'”
I was relieved that the big and fluffy dog leaned against the car and Donahue understood that she was very kind.
“I got out of the car and she just jumped in,” said Donahue. “Fortunately, she got into my car and gladly drooled me.”
Donahue felt around in the dog’s fur and found a collar labeled “Luna”. She called the number. Luna’s parents immediately picked up the phone and were visibly relieved to hear that someone had found their baby. “They said,’Where are you?’ And I said,’I’m in the Walgreens parking lot.’ ‘Ugh, she loves that f***ing Walgreens.’”
“She loves people and there are always people around her,” Luna’s mother told. “She once made it in her vestibule before my husband caught her, and it’s right next to a magnificent muffin. This means people and food.”
Luna’s parents came and picked her up two minutes after the call, and the dog was happy as could be.
And if Luna goes missing again, they will know exactly where to find her.