The abrupt disappearance of one's beloved dog is one of the toughest things a pet parent can endure. If only we could communicate with our dogs in their language and warn them not to hide or flee, our lives would be much simpler. But despite the fact that we cannot communicate with our dogs, we can take steps to ensure we can find them if they become lost, and that is what happened to a dog named Honey in Texas.
Honey was rescued by City of San Antonio Animal Care Services employees. They initially believed he was a stray, but after discovering a microchip on him, they realized he was a lost puppy. Due to the microchip, they were able to contact Honey's owner and advise her that he is staying at the shelter. To their amazement, Honey's mother appeared at the shelter on the same day to claim her youngster.
Given how quickly the dog's mother arrived, the shelter employees were quite perplexed. Honey was escorted by a member of the staff to meet the woman who claimed to be his owner. As soon as the woman spotted Honey, she fell to her knees, sobbed uncontrollably, and embraced the puppy. Honey reciprocated the woman's adoration, and his body language demonstrated that he remembers her.
Honey began to wag his tail in delight; finally, the dog is back in his mother's arms. The employees were delighted to see Honey reunited with his fur mother. According to Honey's fur mother, she has been gone for approximately seven years! Without the microchip, it is likely that they would still be separated.
Microchipping your dog can make a significant difference in cases such as Honey's. Even though Honey had a difficult life during his seven years on the streets, what matters now is that his fur mom found him. Surely, his pet mother will lavish him with affection to make up for the time they were apart.