Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Colorado Hikers Rescue Dog Who Was Stuck On Mountain For 6 Weeks.

If you're the proud companion of an animal, this story will surely pull at your heartstrings. As a pet owner, you know that animals aren't just a possession, they're a part of your family. They bring a certain something to your life that can't be found anyplace else. If your beloved fur baby were to get lost, you would do absolutely anything in your power to make sure that they were found. Recently, this pet owner found himself in this very scary situation. Even though he wasn't sure if he'd ever see his loved one ever again, he didn't give up hope. Eventually, he got some wonderful news!

While scrolling through Facebook, Trinity Smith and Sean Nichols stumbled across a heartbreaking post.

They were on a local Facebook page for enthusiasts of 14ers, a group of people that are fans of mountain peaks that exceed 14,000 feet, when they saw a post asking for the type of help that they could provide. They knew they had to do something.

While scrolling through Facebook, Trinity Smith and Sean Nichols stumbled across a heartbreaking post.

Sean Nichols

The post had stated that someone had heard a dog crying on top of Mt. Bross.

Trinity decided to take the task of finding the scared pup in her own hands. On Thursday, she set out on her mission.

The post had stated that someone had heard a dog crying on top of Mt. Bross.

Larry Osborne

Although she heard the dog's cries, she couldn't help her at the time.

Trinity knew that she couldn't get the dog by herself. It was starting to get dark, and the climb would've been too dangerous for her to make alone.

Although she heard the dog's cries, she couldn't help her at the time.

Sean Nichols

Trinity knew it was in her best interest to recruit some help.

On Friday morning, Trinity and Sean headed back up the mountain. They spent hours calling for the lost dog.

Trinity knew it was in her best interest to recruit some help.

Larry Osborne

Eventually, the dog stopped responding to their calls.

Sean had continued climbing in order to try to hear for the dog. Finally, the dog let out a small bark.

Eventually, the dog stopped responding to their calls.

Larry Osborne

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