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Posted on: July 6, 2020

Redemption shows importance of licensing, microchipping

A dog missing for nearly a month was recently reunited with its owner thanks to the Clark County Dog Warden’s Office. Gucci was missing from her Columbus area home when the Clark County Dog Warden’s Office found her near the campgrounds at C.J. Brown Reservoir, where campers were feeding her hot dogs and hamburgers. Thanks to a microhip, the shelter was able to contact her owner and set up a redemption appointment. The owner was fearing the worst and had no idea how the dog made it all the way to Clark County.

"We can’t stress enough the importance of licensing and microchipping your dog," said Dog Warden Sandi Click. "If your dog goes missing, a microchip or a license can save their life and get them back to their home."

The Clark County Dog Shelter offers microchip services for $15. For more information, call 937-521-2140.A family is reunited with their dog at the Clark County Dog Shelter.

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