German shepherd found alive after 5 weeks being lost in Pacific Ocean


Miracles happen in everyday life. Some lives are saved by miracles because they are practically impossible to survive. One such story that makes us believe in miracles is the story we are going to tell here.

The story is similar. The dog went missing two miles off the coast of San Clement off the coast of San Diego, California.

The one-and-a-half-year-old German Eberoi was thought to have fallen off a fishing boat and drowned in the Pacific Ocean. Surprisingly, five weeks later she is still alive and well.

The dog’s name is Luna. She was on board a commercial fishing boat with its owner, Nick Howorth, when it capsized. As they were pulling lobster traps, Luna suddenly fell into the water.

The water was so dark and she could not see her because it was dark. Her owner reported her disappearance and after several days of searching, the dog was presumed missing when it was not found.

Her owner is confident she is alive as she is a very good swimmer. She will definitely take it to the beach. Her owner searched the ocean for about two days and even the naval crew searched the island for about a week but found no sign of Luna.

But life is full of surprises, and about a month after she disappeared, she was found on San Clement Island, a naval training camp about 70 miles from San Diego.

Luna sat on either side of the road and saw her tail wagging and it was a wonderful sight as there was no domesticated animal on the island. To environmental reasons domestic animals were not allowed to the island. So the crew approached Luna, they opened the car door and she jumped inside.

The dog is believed to have eaten rats on the island to survive. A wildlife biologist examined her and said she was healthy.

After this, her owner was informed of her existence, and he was overjoyed to learn that Luna was alive. The good news is that the dog’s life was saved


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