Pomeranian's microchip leads to reunion with owners 6 years later

Pomeranian's microchip leads to reunion with owners 6 years later

Credit: KEVIN M. COX

Debra Burris and Alan Jones hold Sweetie, a 13-year-old Pomeranian, at their Dickinson home. Sweetie went missing in 2007 and recently showed up at a shelter in Harlingen. She was reunited with her owners thanks to a microchip.

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by T.J. Aulds / The Daily News

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Posted on July 13, 2013 at 3:29 PM

DICKINSON, Texas -- When Sweetie, a Pomeranian owned by Alan Jones and his wife, Debra Burris, went missing in 2007, they figured they’d never see the fuzzy pup again. Then — a month ago — came the call.

Jennifer Phipps left a short voice mail on Jones’ mobile phone.

“This is Jennifer with the Harlingen Humane Society in Harlingen and this call is in reference to a little dog named Sweetie,” she said. “Please return my call.”

Could it be? Six years after she disappeared, could Sweetie still be alive?

Click here to read more at The Galveston County Daily News.

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