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Scotland NowDog who survived getting lost on Ben Nevis is sent home to Fort William in a taxiHarris was lost when he chased deer but he was found later by two climbers on Ben Nevis who sent it home in a taxi.00:01, 26 NOV 2016Scotland NowHarris was found half way up Ben Nevis (Image: Christoff and Alison Du Plessis/Deadline News) Get Scotland Now weekly updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA pet dog survived getting lost on Britain’s highest mountain thanks to two kind hearted climbers who sent him home in a taxi.Border terrier Harris, went missing halfway up 1345m (4,411ft) Ben Nevis amidtemperatures of minus three degrees centigrade and fading light.Owners Christoff and Alison Du Plessis, both dentists in nearby Fort William, feared the worst after friends phoned with the bad news that Harris had run off chasing deer.Two climbers found Harris later in the afternoon, an hour’s walk away from where he was last seen, and called the number on his tag.Read MoreTop news stories todayThe call was picked up hundreds of miles away in Spalding, Lincolnshire, by Christoff’s mother at theaddress where the couple used to live.She gave the rescuers their new address and they then arranged for a local taxi to ferry the pooch none the worse for his ordeal back home.Now Harris’s owners are desperate to find the climbers to thank them for saving their pet.Harris had been enjoying a walk with Dutch friends of Christoff and Alison on thenorth face of Ben Nevis when he got lost.Christoff, 28, said: “He just spotted the deer and took off without a trace.””Thankfully my wife was in with patients when I got the call about Harris, otherwise I think she would have flipped.Christoff and Alison Du Plessis”I was worried about him because they were pretty highup and it was very cold butthankfully the two climbers found him and called the number on the tag.””Thankfully, my mumpicked up the phone and co ordinated where to drop him off.” He added: “Harris looked pretty delighted with himself andwas still very excited when he came back.
the north face outlet store uk Dog who survived getting lost on Ben Nevis is sent home to Fort William in a taxi

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