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Woman find her Dog in beer cans poster now she is Reunite with Her Missing Dog

Woman find her Dog in beer cans poster now she is Reunite with Her Missing Dog
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A woman exclaimed 'If your pet goes missing, you don't ever give up,' as she has found her missing dog's face printed on a beer can.

A woman exclaimed 'If your pet goes missing, you don't ever give up,' as she has found her missing dog's face printed on a beer can.

In Florida, a brewery company has recently started placing shelter dogs' faces on beer cans. It also helped a Minnesota woman to reunite with her dog. Hazel, who went missing three years ago.

With the Manatee County Animal Shelter, Motorworks Brewing has teamed up to turn beer cans into adoption flyers for shelter dogs, in Bradenton.

She couldn't believe it when she spotted Hazel's face on a beer can that had been photographed and posted on social media, said by Monica Mathis of St. Paul, Minnesota, told KSTP.

"The Four Packs" is named for four dogs pic on the beer can, Hazel was also one of the terrier mix.

When Mathis saw the post and suddenly one dog's eyes caught her attention.

Mathis said:

"Oh my gosh that looks like my dog, I think that's my dog."

But the dog which was featured has named"Day Day."

Mathis contacted the shelter and they asked for proof that Day Day was in fact, Hazel.

Mathis said:

"I sent everything I could find — all the pictures so I could stop an adoption process from happening because I could've lost her again."

She said:

Hazel disappeared in 2017 while she was living in Iowa.

"She was on a leash outside and I went to get her and she was gone from our yard."

She never found the dog even when she searched, called shelters.

She has no idea how the dog got to Florida as she said.

A new job took her to Minnesota and after several years went by until she saw the beer can campaign on 24 Jan.

That day is Hazel confirmed by the shelter.

Mathis said: "I was amazed, I was crying. An emotional wreck."

She said: the contact information on Hazel's microchip was out of date so finding her immediately is tough for animal services.

Mathis said:

"Keep track of exactly what company you use, make sure your stuff gets updated, especially if your pet goes missing and don't ever give up."

Hans Wohlgefahrt of Manatee County Animal Services said they saw the photos and vet records, which provided proof Hazel belonged to Mathis.

Wohlfahrt said:

"This dog was such an important part of her family that she had everything to prove she was her owner, there was really no way we could trace her back to that particular owner. It's a great reminder to people when they do these things to go into their profile and make sure all their contact information is up to date."

Manatee County Animal Services' nonprofit friends will cover the cost of transporting Hazel to Minnesota. Mathis says it will be in the time of dog's seventh birthday celebration.

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