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Quentin Standish-Hayes with his dog Barnaby who was lost on the Lulworth Ranges for 30 days.
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.
Border terrier Barnaby went missing after running away from his owner Quentin Standish-Hayes while on a walk on Lulworth Ranges in Dorset.
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.
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.