A missing woman with dementia has been found safe thanks to a loyal dog, and it’s a small miracle… Watch the video to find out how…

Thanks to her faithful dog, Max, a Texas woman who was lost for days in George Bush Park is now safe.

Sherry Noppe, 63, of Katy, was recently diagnosed with dementia, and although knowing her way around the trails usually, she got lost when walking with Max.

For days on end, deputies and Texas EquuSearch, as well as Noppe’s family and friends, searching the 2,700-acre park on ATVs and on foot, but to no avail.

Noppe’s children’s friends created a group to look for their friend’s mother. When they heard Max barking, they finally got a break.

They knew it was her as soon as they heard the bark because there were probably no other dogs around at the time.

Noppe and Max, thankfully, were uninjured. She wasn’t bewildered, but she was disoriented and unsure of what to do.

They might not have found her if it hadn’t been for Max’s warning.

“That dog had no leash, no collar, and stayed by her side for three days with Max,” Noppe’s son, Justin, told KHOU 11. “And that only goes to demonstrate how loyal the dog is.”

Max, who died two years ago, was their brother’s dog.

Justin explained, “He’s the last thing we have of him.” “It’s a silver lining to get them both back.”

Max was taken to the veterinarian for an examination and a much-needed bath.

Noppe was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital, where she was shaken up and had scratches and bruises, but she is expected to recover quickly.

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A missing woman with dementia has been found safe thanks to a loyal dog, and it’s a small miracle… Watch the video to find out how…
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