Missing dog returned home after 17 months travelling from 400 miles away

Missing dog returned home after 17 months travelling from 400 miles away

Missing dog returned home after 17 months travelling from 400 miles away

Missing dog returned home after 17 months travelling from 400 miles away

If you have a pet then you must be able to feel the love you have with it. Like every other family’s pet; Sassy was living as a sweet pet with a Romans family. They reside in Lousiville, Ky and it has been seven years since Sassy was with the family. But the Missing dog was lost in October, 2012 and after finding no clue; the family lost their hopes and thought that there may be some bad happened to their dog. No one from the family was expecting that they will reunite again but surprisingly; after 17 months Sassy was found in Pennsylvania. It was with foster parents who used to call her Jenny.
Whilst Cindy Romans was enjoying holidays she left the home and Sassy was said to be under the custody of other family members. However, Sassy escaped from her residence at some point when she was on trip away to the backyard.
The family searched for their pet everywhere they could but after a month of search; they lost home and thought that something worse had happened to Sassy. But it was taken away from the Kentucky area by kill shelter. But soon fortunate Sassy was rescued by Forever Home Beagle volunteers and their shelter is located in Pittsburgh.
However, the Beagle was handed over to Hope Wilson and April Smith. They were taking care of the canine for last two months and they believed that the rescue group had scanned the pet for microchip and as they found nothing so they handed over the dog to them.
But as Sassy that was then called Jenny went for medical examination to a vet and as soon as her body was scanned; they found a microchip with all details of her owner and her name.
While sharing thoughts with NY Daily News and WTAE, Smith told that he was totally in doubt but after scanning the staff reported that yes they have found the microchip and the Missing dog is called Sassy. When the staff said Sassy; the dog turned her head and Smith asked her if she is Sassy and he observed that she started wagging her tail.
Smith and Wilson then contacted the original owner on phone and informed about it. The couple then arranged for all measures to transfer the dog back to original home. It reached the Romans house on March 28, 2014.

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