Stolen Dog Reunited with Owner after 310-Mile Journey

A one-year-old Malinois Shepherd named Bandit went missing from his home in Côte-d’Or, France, in June of last year.

However, the lost puppy was found 310 miles away from home and eventually reunited with his family.

Farid, the owner of a one-year-old Malinois Shepherd named Bandit, had been searching for his lost dog for months after he disappeared from their home in Côte-d’Or, France. 

Despite his efforts, he was unable to locate Bandit’s whereabouts. However, eight months later, a kind stranger found Bandit by the roadside.

The puppy was stolen when it was just four months old, but luckily, it had a microchip. The microchip helped the owner locate the dog after it was found without a collar 310 miles away from its home.

After eight months of being missing, Bandit was found by a kind stranger and taken to a shelter where they were able to locate Farid, his owner, through the microchip implanted in the dog. Bandit was then reunited with Farid, who was overjoyed to see his beloved pet again. 

The successful reunion was made possible by the combined efforts of the shelter, the stranger who found Bandit, and the microchip that helped locate his owner.

Farid expressed his gratitude to everyone who helped to bring his dog, Bandit, back home, after being missing for eight months.

He emphasized the importance of microchipping pets, as it helped him locate Bandit when he was found 310 miles away from home. Farid was overjoyed when he was reunited with Bandit and said that it was one of the happiest days of his life.

Farid shared a heartwarming video of the reunion between him and his beloved dog, Bandit, saying that despite the long journey they had to make to be together again, he was overjoyed to see his furry friend once more.


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