After its family lost all hope, a blind golden retriever is finally found.

SITKA (Alaska aEUR") A family in Alaska had given up on finding their golden retriever, a blind and elderly, who ran away three weeks ago.

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08 July 2022 Friday 16:18
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After its family lost all hope, a blind golden retriever is finally found.

SITKA (Alaska aEUR") A family in Alaska had given up on finding their golden retriever, a blind and elderly, who ran away three weeks ago. However, a crew of construction workers found Lulu among salmonberry bushes, after mistaking her for a bear.

Lulu was only barely breathing when she was found Tuesday. However, she is being treated for her injuries and is now back at home with her family, according to the Daily Sitka Sentinel.

Ted Kubacki, owner, said that "She means everything." "I have five daughters, ages 4-13 years. They've all spent their lives with this dog."

After Lulu's disappearance June 18, the Kubacki family searched for several weeks.

He said, "She's so helpless and you kinda imagined that she couldn't get real far because of her inability to see."

It was not helping that the family was made the subject of a horrible joke by someone claiming they had found Lulu just a few days after the search began.

We put the children to bed, and then we received a text saying, "We found your dog" or "I have your dog." And we were like, "Oh my God, this is amazing," he said. "The person then texted me, "Just kidding." "This was part of the terrible story.

The family gave up after weeks of searching.

Lulu was found by a construction crew near Kubacki's house. The crew initially thought she was a bear at 15 feet (4.57m) below an embankment.

Kubacki stated that they took a closer look at the dog and realized it was a dog.

When he received the call that Lulu was found, all the sadness vanished.

"I called my wife at work and she was screaming. She starts screaming, then she shouts to the children. Kubacki stated that she could hear the children screaming like mad.

Lulu, although still alive, was in poor health. Lulu, a 80-pound dog (36.29 kilograms), had lost 23 pounds (10.43 kgs) since her loss. She was dirty, dehydrated and her fur was matted.

"I expected her to come back and say, 'Hey, this is my dog.' He said, "She's going to jump up, wag her tail, and kiss my face. And she couldn't even pick her head up." She'd been through the wringer.

Lulu has seen a marked improvement in her condition with medical care, food, and rest.

Kubacki stated that she noticed a slow but steady increase in her appetite and was able to lift her head. Yesterday, she sat on her front paws and kissed me.

She was able to stand up on her own a day later.

Kubacki was a grocery store worker and sole provider for his seven-member family. He then worried about the vet's bill.

These fears were not true as Sitka residents contributed hundreds of dollars to Lulu's recovery bills.

Kubacki stated, "We have our family member at home."

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