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Quentin Standish-Hayes with his dog Barnaby who was lost on the Lulworth Ranges for 30 days.<br />
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A pet dog that spent a month dodging bullets and shells after going missing on a military firing range has been miraculously reunited with its owner.<br />
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Border terrier Barnaby went missing after running away from his owner Quentin Standish-Hayes while on a walk on Lulworth Ranges in Dorset.<br />
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He feared Barnaby was lost forever - but amazingly the six-year-old dog was spotted by a local fisherman on a hill overlooking a bay 30 days after first going missing.<br />
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Incredibly, the dog was unhurt despite the ranges being used to fire live and blank tank shells on 20 of the 30 days he was missing for.