Becca Brown and her son embarked on a long journey spanning several miles to bring Piper back to her original family. Becca’s husband, who served in the United States Air Force, was deployed to Germany in 2018, requiring the family of five to relocate to Europe without their furry companion.
Piper, a lovable three-year-old crossbreed of blue heeler and labrador, was cherished by her family, who reciprocated the affection. Although they yearned to take Piper along with them, they were apprehensive about causing emotional distress to the family who would adopt her later on. Becca, one of Piper’s owners, clarified that their intention was not to place the dog in a temporary situation. The family did not want to deprive anyone of the opportunity to fall in love with Piper, only to have her taken away three years later. Consequently, they endeavored to relocate Piper to Kansas with a man who bonded well with her.
The man consistently shared with the family how well Piper was doing in her new home. The family felt reassured that their beloved dog was living a happy life. However, they received an unexpected call from a veterinarian’s office in Oklahoma informing them that Piper had been discovered wandering the streets.
Becca was taken aback by what had happened. She expressed her surprise by saying that they were all stunned and didn’t expect this turn of events. Last time they heard about the situation, everything seemed to be going well. However, Carla Olmstead’s son discovered the dog a month earlier, wandering on the street. Carla then hopped into his car, and she was unwilling to leave without the dog beside her.
The Olmstead family instantly fell in love with Piper, who appeared to have a friendly disposition towards everyone, even cats and dogs. According to the family, she was incredibly sweet and well-mannered, making her an instant favorite. In fact, the family took to Facebook to express their admiration for Piper, stating that she was loving towards people and gentle towards their furry companions. This led the family to believe that Piper must have been owned by someone who cared for her deeply and had trained her well.
After stumbling upon a microchip on Piper, the Olmstead family made an effort to reach out to her owner, but to no avail during their first attempt. A few weeks later, they decided to try again and were ecstatic to uncover Piper’s past with the Browns. The Browns were thrilled to be reunited with their beloved dog, and the Olmsteads happily embarked on a beach getaway to Florida to bring Piper back to her original home in Pensacola.
Olmstead gave us an overview of Piper’s adventure to be with the Browns once more. The video that featured her reunion with the former owners was heartwarming. With three kids in the family, Piper will have loads of playtime! Although she initially felt shy and longed for the people who rescued her, she gradually adjusted to her previous life and found happiness once more.