By Charles Benson and Lacey Crisp. CREATED Jun 12, 2014 - UPDATED: Jun 13, 2014
GREENFIELD - "I'm just grateful this is over," said Connie Larmon.
Still bruised from being beaten while thieves stole her car on Wednesday, Larmon couldn't be happier.
"I've got my baby," Larmon said.
She was carjacked in Greenfield, but her two precious pets were inside the car at the time.
"They had taken Buddy, the bigger dog and threw him down to the pavement," Larmon explained.
Larmon was able to call for help, and find Buddy about 20 minutes later. She feared Teddy was gone.
"Ooh, I was just beside myself. I can't express the fear that I had for him," Larmon said.
She reached out on Facebook, and talked to TODAY'S TMJ4 Thursday night in hopes someone would find her sweet 5 pound Bichon-poodle mix, Teddy.
"All kinds of thoughts go through your head, you're not sure," Larmon said.
She got a few false leads, but Friday morning she got the call she was waiting for.
"When I heard it was the chief of police of Greenfield, I knew there was truth of it," Larmon said.
Teddy had been found by a minister more than a mile from where her car had been recovered. Larmon and her husband raced to the police station to reunite with Teddy.
"He kissed me, licked me to death! I normally don't allow, but he can do whatever he wants now," Larmon said.
The family wants to thank everyone for their help for finding both dogs, but particularly to the minister who helped find Teddy.