Lost Dog Comes Home, Brings Another Dog and a Goat, Man Says

January 22, 2019 Updated: January 22, 2019

A Kansas man was puzzled when his dog—a dog he thought was lost forever—apparently came back to him with another dog and a goat after going missing.

Kyle Krier from Concordia, Kansas, said he and his wife, Laura, said he let the family dog out of the home to go to the bathroom but the animal never came back home.

“My wife told me there was another white dog in our yard and Bo took off and would not come back,” he wrote online, according to the Daily Mail.

He added: “We looked all over the place for him and could not find him. We decided to go home and wait for him to come back but he never did. I went out in the morning to look for him and found no sign of him anywhere.”

Krier said his dog was seen about six miles away from their home in Concordia.

“My wife got a call that someone had just about hit a black lab, a white lab and a goat on the road. My wife called me and told me the news and I knew right away that was our dog. I left work right away. I saw the crew out in a cut bean field on the east side of the highway,” he stated.

A video captures the moment Bo arrived with another dog and goat. The footage shows the three animals climbing on Krier’s truck.

“Hey goat you wanna get in my truck too?” he asked the goat. “Hop in! Get in the back. Just make yourself at home,” he added.

Krier said the goat belonged to his next-door neighbors, Chris and Shawna Huggans. The other dog lived at a home nearby.

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“We had been searching for him nonstop,” Laura Krier, Kyle’s wife, told The Dodo.

“It’s difficult to say if Bo the black Lab or Libby and Ozzy were the culprit in starting the adventure. But, nonetheless, they escaped,” Shawna Huggans added to The Dodo. “They’re pals for sure.”

Some have remarked that the viral story is similar to the plot of popular children’s’ movie “Homeward Bound,” where two dogs and a cat go on adventures.

“It was one of those stories that you tell your family and friends and they don’t believe you,” Krier said. “But then you watch the video and it totally happened.”

“It is funny. Bo is crazy, he is full of energy and always up to something,” Krier said. “He’s a nice, sweet dog.”

Their dog was seen about six miles away from their home in Concordia. (Facebook/ Laura Krier)
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