The four pedigree dogs that were taken during a burglary at a property in a Lincoln village have arrived home safely.
As previously reported, the four brown and white female Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, one of which is elderly, were taken in a burglary on May 27 from Sturton Road in Ingleby.
On Tuesday evening Coningsby Kennels found four Spaniels roaming along Ivy Lane, some 40 miles away from where they went missing.
The dogs were discovered after the neighbour of the dog rescue centre in Coningsby called the kennels, asking if they had lost four dogs.
All four were found dirty and in need of feeding.
The rescue took the dogs straight into its care and later realised they were the four missing Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.
According the the kennels, the owner of the dogs visited to pick them up as soon as she was notified.
Lincolnshire Police are yet to be contacted to confirm the dogs are safe and well.