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A Florida dog went missing. 12 years later, she reunited with her owner in Pittsburgh

USATODAY.com Monday, 14 October 2019
A Florida dog went missing. 12 years later, she reunited with her owner in PittsburghIt took 12 years for Katheryn Strang to be reunited with Dutchess, her fox terrier. But the moment arrived over 1,100 miles from Strang's home.
 
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A Boca Raton woman drove over 18 hours to be reunited with her long-lost dog in Pittsburgh on Friday.

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