Man Reunites With The Dog He Was Forced To Give Up A Year Earlier

Hard times affect us all. And sometimes, those difficult times come with difficult personal choices – like the man who lost his job and home. That personal misfortune meant that at the time, he had to do the best thing for his dog Reece: he had to surrender him to the Great Plains SPCA. He didn’t want to, but he knew it was right for Reece to have a chance at a good life.

However, fate had other plans for the pair. Nearly a year after Reece’s owner had to let him go, his life had taken a turn for the better. During their time apart, Reece, a Boxer mix, had been adopted twice by two different families, and each time it hadn’t worked out. So, when the man went on the shelter’s website, he saw that Reece was still available!

Needless to say, the man was thrilled to be able to reunite with his beloved dog. It was a wonderful twist of fate that the pair were able to be together again.

The Great Plains SPCA was thrilled to be able to share on their Facebook page, “Almost a year ago, this man fell on hard times and lost his job and house and had to give up his best friend, Reece. Things turned around for him recently and he just happened to look on our website and saw Reece was still at our Independence Campus, waiting. We were able to reunite them, and needless to say, they both were ecstatic to be together again. Keeping families together – just one of the reasons why we rescue.”

Watch their beautiful reunion below:

Almost a year ago, this man fell on hard times and lost his job and house and had to give up his best friend, Reece. Things turned around for him recently and he just happened to look on our website and saw Reece was still at our Independence Campus, waiting. We were able to reunite them, and needless to say, they both were ecstatic to be together again. Keeping families together – just one of the reasons #whywerescue.

Posted by Great Plains SPCA on Monday, July 27, 2015

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