Dog found guarding unconscious owner missing for two days

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An 84-year-old woman was found unconscious with her recently adopted dog after going missing for two days.

Pearl Radcliffe arrived at Memorial Herman Southwest Hospital in Houston, Texas, at around 5 p.m. Friday after being found on the sidewalk on Beachnut Street in the western parts of the city. Officials have said that she is recovering, KOOU 11 reported,

Her dog, Maximus, was found right next to her, having been adopted only nine days earlier.

Volunteers were on their way to her home to aid the search effort when Ms. Radcliffe’s nephew Don Griffith received a call from the hospital about his aunt’s arrival.

On Friday night, KHOU reporter Janelle Bludeau tweeted that she “got off the phone with Pearl Radcliffe’s nephew Dawn. Her aunt is doing well – she’s got a chance to meet him. She remembers more about what happened.” No. He says [the] The hospital is keeping him under observation for a few days. He is very grateful for everyone’s help.”

“Plus, side note on her puppy Maximus. Pearl adopted her just nine days ago. And even within a few days, the pup was so loyal — he stayed with her the whole time. The family took her to animal control yesterday.” is picking up from him, and they’re never letting him go!” He added.

Mr Griffith told Khou that his aunt has recently suffered from memory loss. He spent two days looking for him in the vicinity of his home and was “really relieved” after his return.

Mr Griffith told Khou That the family is researching better ways to keep Ms Radcliffe safe.

Equisearch’s Angelina Farris reveals Khou That the families of relatives who may go out can take certain measures to ensure their well being.

“The camera, even knowing which direction the person took it, can save us a bunch of time because any minute that passes is a danger to them,” she said.

Location sharing on phones and tracking devices on vehicles or dogs can also be helpful, he said.

“I think it’s really a priority to take action in these types of cases,” Ms Farris said.

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