Aarif went missing on Ainsdale Beach in Southport 10 days ago – and saw thousands of people join the search to find him is finally  home.

Thousands of people joined the Facebook site Find Aarif which was set up to reuniting a Skelmersdale family with their missing dog, Aarif.

Ulrike Halliwell spent several nights on Ainsdale beach, after her rescue dog went missing. Over 2,000 people joined the Find Aarif page on Facebook, which was set up after the Halliwells’ pet lurcher went missing on Sunday, 16 August .

Anne-Marie Farrow today posted on the Find Aarif page: “Aarif has been found. The search team have managed to get him!

arrif dog found-otsnew-southportChris Farrow posted the photo everyone wanted to see – of Milo and Aarif together again, on their way home to their delighted family.

“This is the news we have all been working towards.

“Thank you thank you EVERYONE who has helped no matter how when or where. He is safe now.”

Chris Farrow posted the photo everyone wanted to see – of Milo and Aarif together again, on their way home to their delighted family.

 

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