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Mia from Evesham (Worcestershire)

A missing dog has finally been reunited with her relived owner four months later and fifty miles away. Mia the cross breed from Monmouthshire went missing after disappearing from her owner’s garden in September. Fortunately she was picked up by the dog warden and after spending time in a local council pound was taken to Dogs Trust Evesham to help her find a loving home. Staff at Dogs Trust Evesham were able to locate her owner’s address due to Mia’s microchip, which has been implanted years earlier by Dogs Trust chipping teams in Wales, and reunite her with her with her delighted owners. Tracey Spiers, Dogs Trust Evesham Assistant Manager explains; “It was heart -warming to see how excited Mia was when she was re-united with her owners. She has been in Kennels before arriving with us for four months so she is clearly looking forward to getting back to her home comforts and it’s great to know that she will be home to spend Christmas with her loving family. It just goes to show how important it is to get your dog microchipped and keep the details up to date as Mia may never have been reunited with her owners where it not for a tiny microchip.”