BELLA IS BACK! Search group successfully reunites missing dog with owner
Watch the moment Megan Murray was reunited on Sunday with her emotional support animal who went missing following a crash last month on Highway 6.
BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - An emotional support dog who went missing last month following a suspected DWI-related crash on Highway 6 has been found and safely returned to her owner.
Click here to watch the reunion.
A group called But Now I’m Found from Cedar Park, Texas successfully caught Bella Grace on Sunday and returned to Megan Murray. The College Station woman has been searching for nearly a month in Bryan for her dog after she ran from the accident scene.
Megan and one of the local rescue coordinator, Amanda Gray, tell KBTX they now plan to open a pet rescue organization together in the Bryan-College Station area.
The driver who police say caused the crash was arrested and charged with Evading Arrest and DWI.
Amanda Gray provided KBTX with a list of people and organizations who helped with the search:
*Frank & Tonya Arceneaux and DaNay Monroy - “But Now I’m Found Pet Rescue and Recovery” from Cedar Park, Texas.
* Volunteers included Tammy Meadors, Debbie Hudson, Darby Jones, Helen Leal, Judy LeUnes, Brenda Hancock, Connie Flickering, Mandy Kingsbury, Sue, and Lauren.
* Moose and Family on Hefti Circle. They volunteered their space as a restarting station for search team.
* Val Hartwick - Tabor Road Veterinary Hospital who arrived on the scene within minutes of Bella being founded and provided an exam at no charge.
* NH Trapping and Removal Services and Nicholas Stiner and donated his services, supplies, time, and energy.
* Sloppy Joes Restaurant - the sighting that led to Bella’s rescue location as well as donating lots of food.
*City of Bryan police and firefighters
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