Woman Adopts Senior Dog from Shelter, Then Discovers It Was Her Childhood Puppy



When Nicole was 10 years old her grandmother surprised her by giving her a puppy, Nicole fall in love with her new puppy and named Chloe Bear.
They both lived happily with each other for 4 years. When Nicole turned 14 years old her father took her to Washington Area Humane Society, his new job required a home office without the noise or distractions a dog might raise.
Nicole was heartbroken and thought often about her beloved Chloe throughout her teen and early adult years. She even called the Humane Society on her own, but couldn’t get any updates.
Nicole saw a friend’s Facebook post about a senior dog that needed a home. Nicole was married by now with a 4-month old daughter. Something told her to reach out.

The dog was even already named Chloe. When the two met, Chloe ran to her and started licking her face. A wave of familiarity overcame Nicole as her new pet displayed all the characteristics of her childhood pup.
Then something remarkable happened that confirmed Nicole’s hunch. During a visit to the vet, the tech read Chloe’s chip number. The number matched the chip number of Nicole’s old pet, Chloe. Chloe was back in Nicole’s arms.
Though Nicole was devastated when her dad gave Chloe away, she later learned that Chloe had had a very nice home with an older couple that had passed, before briefly living with another family that couldn’t keep her.

Woman Adopts Senior Dog from Shelter, Then Discovers It Was Her Childhood Puppy Woman Adopts Senior Dog from Shelter, Then Discovers It Was Her Childhood Puppy Reviewed by DogRedLine on February 22, 2019 Rating: 5

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