From left: Niko, 10, Nathan, 4, and Kuba, 8 reunited with Jessie
Our staff were involved in a very happy story yesterday which has hit the headlines in all the local newspapers today.
A little stray dog was bought into the clinic, having been found in a poor state wandering around the streets. Thankfully she was found to have a microchip and using detective work, we successfully tracked down her owners from the information on her chip.
We were able to reunite Jessie with her delighted family within hours. She was snatched 6 months ago from outside a supermarket, so they were over the moon to see her again!
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