A dog lost in the snowy Wicklow Mountains for two weeks has been reunited with its owner after a pleasant rescue by a pair of doctors.
Jean Francois Bonnet and Ciara Nolan are doctors who have worked on the front lines during the Covid-19 crisis.
On Saturday, they were walking to Lugnaquilla, near their home in Wicklow.
Near the summit, he found Naoise, a dog that had disappeared two weeks ago in the mountains.
He was cold and weak, unable even to bark, he said.
In unfavorable weather conditions, she packed her clothes, fed them and started taking them down the mountain.
When Naoise arrived at his home, he was fed, heated, and contacted by a group of animal rescuers, who were able to track down their owners.
The couple said that after two weeks, the owners are very happy to be able to get back.
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