A Blue Heeler Labrador Mix named Piper was sitting on the side of the street one night in Edmond, Oklahoma when a man named Andrew Olmstead spotted her while driving. He stopped the car and went out to check if the canine was okay.
After checking, Piper jumped inside Andrew’s car. Andrew tried getting her out, but the canine refused to. He knew he couldn’t just leave Piper all alone in the streets and decided to take her to his home.
Once Andrew got home, he told his mom, Carla Olmstead, about Piper and how he found her. Carla was proud of her son’s kind deed and happily provided food for the pup.
Eventually, Carla and her son loved spending time with Piper. She was so obedient, sweet, and polite to them. Even Carla’s pet dog and cats got along well with Piper.
Carla then started to wonder if Piper belonged to someone because of her good behavior. So, Carla took Piper to a vet to check if she had a microchip. Luckily, she did, and Carla instantly contacted Becca Brown about her dog.
However, Carla couldn’t get in touch with Becca and decided to wait for a month to contact her again.
After a month, Carla called Becca for the second time, and Becca finally responded. Becca was shocked when she heard about Piper’s journey. She didn’t expect her dog to end up in the streets after rehoming her to her friend in Kansas before moving to another country.
Nonetheless, Becca was glad that the Olmstead family took care of Piper, and she couldn’t wait to see her.
Carla, on the other hand, was upset to give Piper up. But she knew that giving her back to her rightful owners was the right thing to do. So, she asked Becca for her address, and Becca responded that she lived in Pensacola, Florida.
After a few days of traveling, Carla, Andrew, and Piper arrived at Pensacola for the big reunion. Becca’s family was thrilled to see Piper and happily thanked Carla’s family for all they did for Piper.