TOLEDO, OH (AP) — A dog that ran away from a Lansing, Michigan, family four years ago has been reunited with them after being found more than 100 miles away in Ohio and identified through a microchip.
The Blade reports a Toledo police officer found 12-year-old Bambi wandering a neighborhood this month and took her to Lucas County Canine Care & Control.
Bradley Wieferich said he was surprised by the call from a microchip company telling him Bambi had been found.
Bambi and the Wieferich family were reunited in Toledo a week ago. Wieferich said he initially didn’t recognize her at the shelter but then saw identifying marks on her muzzle and was greeted with a familiar howl.
Wieferich says Bambi is doing well and even remembers some of her old tricks.