This lost dog was found by New Westminster police officers and reunited with its owners just in time for Christmas. (New Westminster Police/Twitter)

Police reunite lost B.C. dog with owners on Christmas

The dog was found in New Westminster with no identification tags, but did have an anti-bark collar

Police in New Westminster got a lost dog home just in time for Christmas dinner.

A Twitter post from the police department says the dog that was found in the 400-block of Third Street on Christmas is now reunited with its owners.

The black-and-white furry canine had no identification tags but had an anti-bark collar.

READ MORE: Fleeing driver picks fight with Chilliwack police dog, loses

Police are thanking people for their help in getting the dog home.

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