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This Dog Was Presumed Dead, Until A Miracle Happened After Five Long Weeks

Dogs are excellent swimmers, but can they survive for weeks without any help from humans? Everyone had lost hope and believed that this German Shepherd already passed away after weeks of waiting. However, dogs will surprise you when you least expect them to.

Read the amazing story of Luna the German Shepherd below.

This Dog Was Presumed Dead, Until A Miracle Happened After Five Long Weeks

This Dog Was Presumed Dead, Until A Miracle Happened After Five Long Weeks

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Meet Luna the German Shepherd.

Meet Luna the German Shepherd.

Luna is only a year old, and she fell from a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean five weeks ago.

Her owner was saddened.

Her owner was saddened.

Luna's owner named Nick Hayworth was a fisherman who reported that Luna was missing on February 10 near the San Clemente Island.

People thought she was dead.

People thought she was dead.

Because of the accident, Luna was sadly presumed dead.

However, a miracle happened.

However, a miracle happened.

Surprisingly, Luna was found today by Navy officials. She was very much alive.

Luna was found on San Clemente Island.

Luna was found on San Clemente Island.

The San Clemente Island she was located in was about 80 miles away from the coast of San Diego in California.

Apparently, Luna is a great swimmer.

Apparently, Luna is a great swimmer.

Nick Hayworth noted that Luna was a powerful swimmer who could readily go to the shore.

Luna was the only domesticated animal on the island.

Luna was the only domesticated animal on the island.

Navy officials noted that Luna had no other domesticated companions during the five weeks she went missing.

Nick did not receive the news clearly at first.

Nick did not receive the news clearly at first.

Luna's owner was on a lake when he received the update. He had to move a lot just to get the message properly.

A wildlife biologist examined Luna.

A wildlife biologist examined Luna.

According to the biologist from the San Diego Zoo, Luna was a bit undernourished but she was overall still healthy.

Luna had her own food when she was away.

Luna had her own food when she was away.

Apparently, the German Shepherd ate mice on the island while she was away. Welcome back, Luna!

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