PITTSBURGH — A dog that was lost for more than 12 years and ended up in Pittsburgh was reunited Friday with its Florida owner.
When Dutchess was found she was hungry, shivering and in need of a nail trim, officials said. The property owner brought her to Humane Animal Rescue's North Side Animal Resource Center.
A microchip was found in Dutchess during an examination at Humane Animal Rescue. It traced her back to her original owner in Boca Raton, Florida.
Katheryn Strang, the dog's owner, was shocked when Humane Animal Rescue contacted her, but she immediately made plans to come to Pittsburgh, arriving Friday.
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