Lost Dog Reunited With Owners 3 Years Laterthe daily dish
Sometimes it can take years for a microchip to send a lost pet home, but they do work. Take Taz, for example. His Portland, Ore., family lost him almost three years ago when he disappeared on the night of Halloween 2010.
"We thought for sure either a coyote got him or he had been taken, stolen," Taz's owner, Brenda Davies, said.
But this week, Donna and Bruce Cox saw the little black dog running around their street. They brought the lost dog to a vet, and found out that he had a microchip implanted. "That was a miracle right there," Donna Cox said.
There's no way of knowing where Taz has been for the last three years, but his owners are just happy he's home safe and sound after a long separation. Said Davies, "It's so great someone actually did the right thing, took him to the vet, and they scanned him."
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