The employees were able to understand the dog which helped them to save her.
Even if animals can talk, unless you’re Dr. Doolittle, you can’t interact with them.
In order to evade dognappers, Vingo, a five-month-old Australian Shepherd puppy, did just that when he heard it. The four-footer alerted the owners to the sneaky canine and his dognappers’ entrance. In an effort to catch the business owner’s attention, Vingo began to bark. In addition to working at the business, Yves Jodi teaches dogs. Given that he was able to immediately determine the severity of the problem, he undoubtedly has some knowledge of how dogs react.
The workers began to piece together what was going on when the couple who brought Vance into the store couldn’t even answer simple questions about the dog. Yves’ inquiries about the dog were at first straightforward, but as they grew more basic, doubts began to surface. The two didn’t know his age if he had been cleaned, his usual diet, where he came from, or how much they had paid for him. Luckily goodness Lydia Blouin, another worker, saw the issue as well. Vingo’s picture was immediately located online.