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Three Estonian dogs crossed the river and ended up in Russia, but they were returned back.

The pessels did not want to return at first.

Photo from Facebook of the Estonian Border Guard

Three dogs from Estonia crossed the Narva River and ended up in the Russian forest. The owner sailed with them on the boat when they jumped into the water and sailed towards the opposite shore. Despite the fact that he called them by name and command, the animals did not return.

The owner turned to the Estonian border service and asked the staff to help with the search for dogs. They were helped by GPS devices that were attached to pet collars. Together with Russian border guards, Estonian officers found animals.

On November 29, the border guards met on the border line and handed the dogs over to the owner. They were put on a boat and returned to Estonia.

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