A woman goes out into the garden and sees a man sleeping in her flower bed.

On a recent dreary day in Malvern, Pennsylvania, a woman named Karen looked around her yard and found a strange stranger sitting in the flower beds staring at her.

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The poor dog was wet, dirty and cold. Karen brought the puppy a blanket and a bowl of chicken soup, then called Buddha Dog Rescue and Rehabilitation for help. Hunter Nicole Asher was pleased that Karen responded so quickly and calmly.

“[She] He was surprised and handled it perfectly without panicking. [the dog] And by scaring her,” Asher told Dodo.

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Asher assures Karen that she should gradually introduce food to the dog and never try to outrun her.

“Not chasing or chasing the dogs allows them to settle down in one area,” Asher said. “Karen should be allowed to take out food calmly and quietly [the dog] To feel comfortable enough to return.”

Asher brings a kennel trap and hopes that the sweet puppy can get inside. It didn’t take long for a sleepy dog ​​to take the bait.

“Finally came out of a long hiatus and went to my trap,” Asher wrote on Facebook. “In an instant she was in and she was finally safe.”

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Asher and Karen check the dog’s tags and slowly unravel the mysterious puppy’s history. Her name is Ella, and she used to live in a foster home supported by MatchDog Rescue. Ella had been missing for over two weeks and had traveled 12 miles when Asher caught her. Everyone is glad that Ella is safe again.

“We were beyond happy,” Asher wrote. β€œI immediately called the number, and after they got over the initial shock, there were lots of tears of joy and squeals of joy.

Rescuers arrived quickly to get Elan back to where she was. An exhausted Ella was overjoyed to be sheltered and reunited.

“The president of the rescue came and took her home and took her home to get her stress relief and rest,” Asher said. She settled right in and became a huge couch potato.

A dog is sleeping on the bed
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Ella is certainly grateful for the soup and blanket that made all the difference when she was in the flower beds. But now, thanks to Karen, Asher and Machdog Rescue, she’s back in a real bed and soon a real family of her own.

To help other dogs like Ella, donate to Buddha Dog Rescue and Recovery here and to MatchDog Rescue here.

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