Nearly six years after losing their dog – and moving to a new town – a Homewood family has been reunited with their pet, thanks to its microchip ID tag.
A German Shepherd who was missing for almost a year and a half has been found and reunited with his family, by a local group that was searching for another lost dog.
A pug who escaped from his owners’ back yard in Chicago three years was being reunited with his family, thanks to the help of a Chicago Police officer who found him earlier this week.
After eight years, a missing dog will be returned to its owners in Washington D.C. after a Chicago Police officer found the pug tied to a pole in Rogers Park Monday afternoon.
Who could have imagined it? A dog lost in Highland Park is found, thanks to a woman in Poland. How did it happen? CBS 2’s Mike Parker has this Original Report.
It’s a feeling most dog owners experience at one point or another: the fear of losing your pup. Thankfully, the poster for the lost dog above, which has been appearing all over Chicago, is (obviously) fake.
Two weeks after a Siberian Husky was reunited with her owner in McHenry County, five years after the dog disappeared, a former Chicago family’s 12-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, lost for 2 ½ years, has been found in north suburban Grayslake.