Chesterfield, MO – Thanks to a microchip, Honey the golden retriever has been reunited with her family after three months – 600 miles away from home. Honey ran off from a farm on 05 July and the family searched and ran news ads, but no sign of Honey.
Earlier this month, Emily Wallis received a call from Honey’s vet. Honey had turned up in LaGrange, Georgia wandering along a highway and was taken in by a golden rescue organization. At first, they were unable to detect Honey’s microchip, and she was almost re-homed to a new family.
One last check located the micro chip and Wallis was contacted by her vet.
When the Wallis’ received the news, they headed south for the 9 hour trip to bring Honey home. She is now back safe and sound being loved by her family.
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