Lost Dog Stranded On Freezing Mountain Highway Reunited With Owner Thanks To Snow Plower

 A snow plower rescued a canine that spent three terrible cold nights  on a wintery mountain highway, and his reunion with its owner is heartwarming

A snow plower rescued a canine that spent three terrible cold nights on a wintery Mountain Highway, and his reunion with its owner is heartwarming.

Carlie Holman may be a VSA Highway Maintenance worker and was snowplowing the Coquihalla highway in British Columbia, Canada, when she got radioed by a coworker telling her that abreast of a snowbank there was a scared dog. The woman immediately ran to help the poor animal. She climbed a 4-foot-high hill covered with thick snow and saved a lot of him by her foreman Ron.

She coaxed the terrified dog, so the moment she handed it to him The furry showed her his friendly personality. “He jumped on me and began kissing me and stuff, then in fact we got him down,” she told Kelowna Now. The Coquihalla iswe find in BC’s interior is often covered in deep snow and in the winter, it's icy cold conditions, with its summit 4081 feet (1244) above water level. The road is dangerous and so the dog presumably wouldn’t have survived for long on those temperatures. It put on the mastiff-lab mixture and survived in the cold environment for 3 nights. Holman decided to call the dog Chance and posted information about him on social media, she got him to a vet then brought him home.

After that, she was contacted by a person named Toni who was a trucker, he lived in the neighboring province of Alberta and told the lady that the dog’s name was actually Archer. The man reported that he was walking the pooch at the break check on the summit when the pet was hit by a vehicle. The dog was scared away. Tony searched for hours in the soot, but no results. The man had no idea if his pet was still alive and got really happy when he found Holmans post. “He cried, I cried. Best news ever!” says Holman. After a couple of days, Toni took the road to BC to reunite as well as his beloved Archer. The woman shared the touching reunion of the duo, she said she got a touch sad to mention goodbye to the canine but was also happy that he was back at his family. In honor of the lady that saved him, Toni decided to rename the pooch Chance.

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