After 10 Long Years, This Dog Finally Reunites with Her Owners

Abby the black Labrador owned by Debra Suierveld was lost ten years ago while they were playing outside their home in Apollo, Pennsylvania. Debra looked for her but eventually gave up assuming that Abby was already killed.

But a miracle happened and it definitely changed their lives.

Last January 30, 2018, the Suierveld family received a phone call from Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley saying that they have their dog, but Debra explained that it was a mistake because their family dog was with them, but they explained that the dog’s name was ‘Abby’, she was shocked and didn’t know what to answer.

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They immediately picked Abby up that night from Animal Protectors in New Kensington and took her home where she got lost ten years ago. According to the shelter’s medical manager said that Abby was in excellent condition and had not been on her own all these years.

According to Oddity Central, Abby appeared in Judy Spiering’s porch on January 27 on Wildlife Lodge Road in Lower Burrel; then Judy contacted police who turned Abby over to the Animal Protectors.

Where Abby stayed all these years was still unknown.

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How did Abby find her way home? Well, there was a microchip in the scruff of Abby’s neck. According to Oddity Central, Berisko said that the shelter checks for microchips and they found out Abby’s owner after they scanned the chip and the chip maker, HomeAgain, provided the contact information that the Suiervelds were the dog’s owner.

Luckily, the veterinarian who installed the chip had the current number of the family since they changed it.

Abby was adopted from the Greensburg Humane Society as a gift for her daughter, Carly, years ago. Carly is now a 22-year-old student at Miami University in Ohio. She cried when she found out that they found Abby. What’s even more amazing is when they try to call her by her name, Abby, she apparently reacts.

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