Texas woman drives 1,360 miles to reunite with dog missing for 6 years

It was a reunion fit for a King — a Texas woman’s Chihuahua mix who vanished six years ago, only to be found 1,360 miles away in Florida thanks to a microchip, according to a report.

Debi Vazquez and her daughter Danae let their three dogs out of their San Antonio yard to relieve themselves on a fateful day in June 2014, KSAT reported.

But only the two pit bulls returned when the family called them back.

“There wasn’t any barking or anything and there are no holes in the fence. He was just gone,” Vazquez told the station.

“We had no idea what happened to him. I went to all the vet clinics and tried everything. I made fliers and drove around the neighborhood and checked at the Humane Society. Everything,” she added.

After losing hope of ever seeing the adorable pooch again, Vazquez got an out-of-the-blue voicemail from the Broward County Humane Society in Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 25.

King had been found — thanks to his scanned microchip.

“It was my birthday. I thought it was someone playing a joke on me,” Vazquez told KSAT. “It was just a miracle. One of my dogs had just died — we had to put her down because she had cancer.”


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