When Luna fell overboard, she was on an industrial fishing vessel with her owner, Nick Howarth. Her owner reported her missing on February 10th, and after several days of searching, it was determined that her dog was missing. Luna’s owner searched the waters for approximately two days, while Navy workers searched the island for nearly a week, but neither located Luna. A spokesman for the Naval Base Coronado, Sandy Demnick, said.
” They set up a (lobster) trap, Luna was there for a minute, and then she was gone for another minute.” They looked in every direction for her. They couldn’t see her because they couldn’t see her. Water It was dimly lit, and she was dimly lit.
Luna was surprisingly seen on San Clemente Island, a marine training post 70 miles from San Diego, more than a month later. According to the Associated Press, this has drawn notice because pets are not permitted on the island due to environmental concerns. Luna stepped in when team members boosted the volume, unlocked the vehicle door, and whistled, according to the Tribune.
Demnick told ABC News, “They observed Luna lying by the road and waving her tail.” “Remember that there are no tamed animals on the island, so it was a spectacular sight.”
The dog is thought to have landed on the island and lived by eating a computer mouse. A wildlife biologist at the San Diego Zoo examined her and found her to be “perfectly healthy, aside from being a little underweight.” Howarth, a biologist, later delivered some unexpected news. Demnick recalled, “She was blown away.” “She was overjoyed, grateful, and overjoyed.”