A California family living in Wikiup Bridge Way in Santa Rosa, California, who had to flee the horrifying wildfires were relieved to reunite with their lost dog, Izzy, after they were forced to evacuate their home in the middle of the night.

Beckjean Widen, whose parents lived in the house, shared the heartwarming story on her Facebook page along with a video on Oct. 12 of the dog reuniting with her family. In her Facebook post, Widen shared how her parents were forced to evacuate their home as the California wildfire spread.

She also shared that during the chaos their family dog, Izzy, ran away from them and how her mother was forced to leave without the dog to save her own life. “They had to drive through walls of flames and across a burning wooden bridge to get to Mark West Springs Road and to safety.”

According to Widen, her parents knew that they had lost their house but it was leaving Izzy that "devastated" them.

Widen also shared that hoping for a miracle, her brother and husband, later in the week returned to the barren land to search for the lost dog, trekking three miles up to her parents' property. "My brother and husband were determined to try to get back to my parent's property to see if by some miracle Izzy survived. They were turned away by police officers, but if you know my brother Jack or husband Patrick...neither one likes to be told no. They ended up hiking just under 3 miles to my parent's property," she wrote in the Facebook post.

The video clip about 4 minutes long shows a part of their hike up to Widen’s parents' house with one of them saying that the anticipation is killing him. 

As soon as Patrick and Jack reach to what is left of their house, one of them says, "I can see the gate, the gate's still standing but I don't see the house. F--k, I had my hopes up." The other man in the video seems to agree with him but then mentions that he sees a part of the structure still standing. 

After the two men reach the desolate land where the family home used to be, they can be heard saying, "Yep, it is all gone." 

One of the men, after walking further into the property starts clapping and calling out to Izzy while the one recording the clip shows the ruins, "This is what is left of the house, nothing. Oh! There is so much smoke I can't show you the view," he says.

It is toward the end of the video when one of the men can be heard saying the "tractor has made it, the tractor is totally fine" which is when they scream in relief, catching a glimpse of Izzy. "Izzy's here! Izzy, Izzy, come here baby!" they can be heard calling in the video. 

"No singed hair, no burned paws. They took her to a vet right after they found her, and she was checked out. She was dehydrated and very tired, but other than that she was perfect. We were all in disbelief,” Widen said, San Francisco Gate reported

The video has already crossed over a million views, more than 28000 likes and 13000 shares on Widen’s Facebook page. 

"We are happy this story is bringing so much joy to people in this devastating time for our community. We have no idea where she hid but wherever she went, she had an angel watching over her," Widen said. 

October brought a series of wildfires throughout Napa, Lake, Sonoma, Mendocino, and Butte counties leading to a major red flag warning for much of the northern California area. According to the latest updates, the death toll has reached 40. 

Reports claim that the fires have destroyed at least 5,700 homes and businesses until now, making them the deadliest and most destructive group of wildfires in Californian history.