An Idaho dog has been reunited with his family after a terrible car accident.
Tilly, a 2-year-old border collie hooker, went missing on Sunday when a collision with a vehicle “ejected” the dog from the back seat of his family’s car on Idaho State Highway 41, according to a press release from the Idaho State Police.
However, Tilly was found two days after the crash on a farm that is apparently not far from where the collision occurred in Rathdrum Prairie.
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Although Idaho State Police have not disclosed the exact location of where Tilly was found, The Spokesman-Review reports that the young dog was hiding on a sheep farm owned by to Tyler, Travis and Zane Potter, which is about a mile from where the accident happened.
Tilly’s family, the Oswalds, were only about a 10 minute drive from the town of Hayden. He finally reunited with his family on Tuesday.
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The dog’s mother, Linda Oswald, told The Spokesman-Review that she, her family and witnesses searched for Tilly for about 10 hours after the crash before returning home.
Oswald did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Her Facebook post asking for help with their search has been shared more than 3,300 times and has since been updated to say that Tilly was found near Meyer Road.
At the Potters’ farm, Tilly was reportedly seen near the sheep. Travis Potter speculated that the dog might have been trying to round up the woolly mammals, according to The Spokesman-Review. And the theory might not be far off considering that Tilly is descended from a border collie and an Australian Cattle Dog (AKA red heeler), both of whom are sheepdogs.
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Upon hearing the news that Tilly had returned unharmed, several Facebook commenters who had been following the situation closely returned to express their relief under Oswald’s original post for help.
“Very happy that the dog and the people are safe,” wrote one commenter. “Most people could learn a lesson from the dog, when you get a brush knocked over [yourself] and get back to work. “
“I’m so glad you got your dog back safe and sound,” said another user. “I’m glad Tilly had fun herding sheep.”