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Lost Dog For Three Years Reunited With His Owners

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  Original Published: 8/14/2013 They'd given up hope. But the owners of a small dog missing for three years are calling it a miracle. Joel Iwanaga has more. "The first thing I said, he's stolen." Cute as a button, this little guy fits in the palm of your hand, and soon in the arms of his rightful owners. Thanks to good samaritans, Donna and Bruce Cox, who on Saturday night, say this small dog dart across busy southeast Flavel at 72nd streets. And the miracle reunion, the dog's name is Taz and belongs to Brenda Davies and her family. She says Taz got loose or was likely stolen Halloween night, 2010. Her children, devastated, until the miracle phone call Monday afternoon from the veterinarian, saying because 'lil Taz was microchipped, he had been found. "it was amazing, crying instantly," says Davies. An emotional reunion, nearly three years in the making. "Just hapy back with his owners." The questions that will likely never be answered, where has Taz been who's been feeding him, was he in fact stolen? Those questions put on hold for now, a microchip, means this little dog gets to go home after a three-year adventure.
   
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