A family in North Vancouver received an early Christmas gift after their dog was found safely on Grouse Mountain.
Luna, a three-year-old Jindo dog, disappeared from the Lower Lonsdale area on November 29.
Its owners established a Facebook group to share information and hired a professional pet finder to look it up.
They got the call they were waiting for Tuesday when Luna was found on Grouse Mountain around 8 a.m.
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The operations team saw paw prints in the snow near the Olympic Express chairlift and Luna was seen under the loading platform.
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Grouse officials said the team recognized the dog from the social media posts.
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“Gordon McNaughton, one of our team members, was able to crawl under the platform to reach her and provided her with his sweater to keep her warm,” mountain staff said in a statement.
Then team member Kevin Smith took her down the mountain in Skyride and reunited with her owners.
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