The report said Clark went to the trailer and saw that the men, their belongings, their car and the dog were gone.
Clark asked a deputy to look at the trailer, which he described as being "impeccably clean," the report said.
"Nothing was out of order. Nothing was damaged," the deputy said in the report. "In fact, the men had stripped the bed and made sure the toilet was flushed."
Clark was reunited with her dog Aug. 11.
She said Thursday that the reunion brought her great joy.
"When he came here, it was like Christmas. It was like 10 Christmases," Clark said. "The dog is not just a dog. It's a family member, and to many people, it's their child. ... Your heart is ripped into a thousand pieces."
She said the allegations against Lauer were surprising because she was so close to him.
"It was a shock to us because we really depended (on him.) We trusted him," Clark said. "I even included him in my trust."
Lauer was charged with grand theft. He was released from the Seminole County Jail on Thursday after paying bail.