A collie-mix, missing for four years, has been reunited with her British owners, who were on their honeymoon when the dog escaped a dog kennel.
David Hunt and his wife Nicola had lived in Manchester, England, with their dog Holly, but while on their honeymoon in the Far East, they left their dog with Nicola Hunt's mother in Liskeard, about 350 miles away from their home.
During the honeymoon, Mrs. Hunt's parents went on a brief vacation and left the dog in a kennel, but the dog escaped, the Daily Telegraph reported Saturday.
The married couple searched for the day on weekends and placed posters throughout the Liskeard area, but the dog eluded capture with traps, nets and bait laced with tranquillizers.
After two years, the Hunts moved to Liskeard hoping it would make it easier to search for the dog.
Last Thursday, the dog walked into a Liskeard home and the homeowners recognized her from a photograph in the newspaper and called the dog warden, who notified the Hunts.
Holly was dirty, but described as in good condition.