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Missing dog found after accident

Pet dog Jodie went missing after the accident two weeks ago

A pet dog which went missing from a car involved in a crash in Aberdeenshire has been found and reunited with its owners.

Three people were left requiring treatment following the crash on the A96 near Keith almost two weeks ago.

Jodie, a black Labrador-cross, with a white mark on her chest, ran from the car into neighbouring fields.

Owner Claire MacGillivray said Jodie had been found in Fochabers and seemed "delighted to be home".

She said: "After many sightings and failed attempts to catch her, she was found.

"We were relieved it was her, she has lost weight but is very excited and wants to eat everything."

Ms MacGillivray thanked the media for coverage of their appeal, explaining: "We are convinced if it wasn't for that she wouldn't be at home right now."

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