A Florida brewery had the idea of printing dogs that can be adopted in their beer cans, thanks to this a woman found her missing dog. The brewery had partnered with a local shelter to help homeless dogs find a family.
After this story went viral, it was published in many national newspapers and the idea that this brewery had of printing homeless animals on their beer cans really pleased people.
It all started when a woman noticed that her dog, who had disappeared in 2017, was in one of the beer cans. The woman named Monica Mathis had not seen her dog Hazel for three years.
"She was on a leash outside and I went looking for her and she had left our yard," said Monica Mathis.
What this brewery had done quickly went viral and was shared on all social networks. Then when Monica saw that a dog's face was printed on a picture of a beer can, she noticed that it was her dog.
"Oh my God, that looks like my dog, I think that's my dog," Monica said. "I have no idea how she got to Florida."
"I sent everything I could find, all the photos to stop an adoption process because I could have lost her again," Monica said.
The shelter then confirmed that the dog was indeed Hazel. "I was amazed, I was crying. An emotional disaster," Monica said.