As dog owners, nothing can induce anxiety more than losing our fur babies. Dogs get lost every day and while most are eventually found and returned to their owners, some aren’t as lucky. We need to microchip our dogs so they can be identified and returned to their owners as quickly as possible.
In Miami, Sandy Hernandez was worried and distraught that he lost his two adorable huskies named Ragnar and Kloud. Sandy was looking for his two fur babies all over the neighborhood when a man suddenly saw him and immediately recognized the two dogs. The man told Sandy that he brought the two dogs to a nearby animal shelter called Miami-Dade Animal Services.
Sandy didn’t waste any time at all and drove straight to the animal shelter. As Sandy pulled up into the parking lot of the animal shelter, he immediately saw his two fur babies posing with beautiful models and a camera. Sandy didn’t even park his car properly and ran towards the camera crew and started telling everyone that they’re his dogs.
It turned out that the dogs were posing for the Ocean Drive Magazine to highlight pet adoption. Sandy was hugging Ragnar and Kloud and he was very emotional and happy that he finally found his two dogs. Sandy then told everyone that his two dogs jumped over his fence a couple of nights before and have since been looking for them over the weekend.
Thankfully, a TV crew was also there recording the photoshoot. After watching the video below, you’ll definitely say that Sandy is truly a worried dad for his fur babies who‘s happy to be reunited with them. After getting reunited with his dogs, Sandy allowed his dogs to continue on with the photoshoot and he also gave an interview for the news crew.
Eventually, Sandy decided to get his dogs microchipped in case they get lost again. Microchipping dogs can help rescuers identify the owner of the dog in case they get lost. Sandy’s situation is a great example of why we have to microchip our dogs. Here’s a heartwarming video of how Sandy was reunited with his two adorable huskies.
Video Source CBS Miami via YouTube