Bathgate mastiff puppy the ‘size of a horse’ reunited with owner after police appeal

The young male mastiff was handed over to Bathgate Police Station on Saturday 10 July after wandering around the city center.

While looking for the owner, the officials wrote on social media: “We have a visitor !!

“Does anyone miss this handsome boy?”

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They added, “He’s a gentle giant – the size of a horse lol. We’ll have him examined for a chip. “

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Eck Nisbet, the good Samaritan who gave the nameless puppies to the officials, said he was “an absolutely gentle giant” who “wanted to play up to the police station!”

Police later confirmed that the dog was “safely and well” reunited with its owner.

The young male mastiff was handed over to Bathgate Police Station on Saturday 10 July after wandering around the city center.

It is believed that he managed to slip out of a community garden through an accidentally left open gate.

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