This is the kind of news story we all want to hear after the long weekend. Puppies always make your day more bearable.
This little guy has brightened up our Tuesday after he presented himself to Dundrum Garda station to report his owner missing. *Cries*.
We're all feeling pretty fragile this morning after that long, sunny weekend that was mostly spent in beer gardens around the country, but it's finally got to that time again where we all have to shuffle ourselves back towards the office and start dreaming of the next bank holiday weekend (which is May 6th by the way.)
This gorgeous little puppy has been taken into Dundrum Garda station until information comes forward about the owner. Gardaí have promised to take care of him until then.
This lovely young pup just presented
himself at the counter of Dundrum Garda Station to report his owner missing !!
Can anyone help him
Any info to Dundrum GS 01-6665600" pic.twitter.com/6OMUADHxeU
— Garda Info (@gardainfo) 23 Aibreán 2019
Gardaí in Dundrum have appealed for any information regarding the identification of this good boy's owner. They've asked anyone with info to contact them on 01-6665600.
It seems since the discovery of Hamish in Heuston station last month, there's been a surge of public services taking in lost dogs and using social media to spread the word and find their best friends.
Garda info on Twitter's feed seems to be filling up with pupper inquest recently, with Pluto being found over the weekend after the Leinster match around Aviva stadium. Pluto was taken into Pearse street station and put to work until his owner came to claim him and bring him home.
Pluto was returned to his owner by Unit A, Pearse Street after being found in the Dublin 2 area celebrating Leinster's win... but not before being put to work in the station! pic.twitter.com/lK78xrg5ws
— Garda Info (@gardainfo) 22 Aibreán 2019
Along with this gorgeous doggo, who was found trying to take part in Tralee marathon over the weekend.
This lovely fella was trying to take part in the #TraleeMarathon and is currently with Gardaì. Owner can contact #Tralee Garda Station on 066 710 2300 pic.twitter.com/wL1gpVGHdV
— Garda Info (@gardainfo) 20 Aibreán 2019
It seems Gardaí are doing some good work on our streets lately. More of this, please!