A dog that went missing for weeks returned to its owner during her work shift as a cashier at Walmart, The Washington Post first reported. June Rountree of Dothan, Alabama lost her four-year-old dog, Abby, in early November. The Post reported that Abby had gone missing from Rountree's home, leaving behind her collar and lash attached to a stake in the backyard. A few weeks later, Rountree was working at a Walmart cash register on November 8, when she was greeted by a surprise customer. Abby had made her way into the store and was running around, according to The Post. Rountree's co-worker Danielle Robinette posted photos recounting the event on Facebook, which has since earned more than 6, 000 likes and 10, 000 shares."Ok y'all so I work at Walmart at the service desk and today the most amazing thing happened! " Robinette wrote in the post alongside two photos. "I looked up and seen this black dog go running by she was looking at everyone like she was looking for someone I first thought she was dumped and she was looking for her people! Well she was!! ""I called her name and she came to me, " Rountree told The Post about reuniting with Abby. "I bent over and hugged her. I completely lost it then. I couldn't speak. I was in complete shock and just couldn't believe it. "Rountree told The Post she doesn't know where Abby spent those few weeks, or how the dog tracked her down at the store, which is located 1. 5 miles from their home. Losing a pet can be an extremely painful experience, but as in the case of Abby and Rountree, some are fortunate to reunite unexpectedly. Earlier this year, a woman in Minnesota made headlines when she found her dog after three years thanks to a photo on a beer can that featured shelter dogs. Four years ago, a dog in Alabama returned to its owner after ten years passed since it was lost.