The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Washington Humane Society: The Importance of Having Your Pet Microchipped – ‘Stolen Pet Reunited with Owner’ The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Washington Humane Society: The Importance of Having Your Pet Microchipped – ‘Stolen Pet Reunited with Owner’

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Washington Humane Society: The Importance of Having Your Pet Microchipped – ‘Stolen Pet Reunited with Owner’


Washington, DC - The day before Thanksgiving, our Humane Law Enforcement (HLE) officers found a severely neglected Shih Tzu in a locked crate next to a dumpster. His hair was matted and his toe nails were so long that they had curled under his feet and impeded his ability to walk.

Luckily, he was microchipped and it led us to his original owner, Jason Brandon. He told us that Polo had been stolen from him in Miami two years ago, never to be found... Until now. This morning, Jason and Polo were reunited! After getting the phone call about Polo's discovery, Jason drove down from New York, where he is currently living, to take him home.

"This is just unbelievable," said Jason. "It's something you see on CNN!"

This amazing reunion would not have been possible if Jason had not microchipped his furry friend. To get your pet microchipped, visit our Spay & Neuter Clinic in Southeast, DC: Walk-in Vaccination Clinic






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