Florida dog found in Wisconsin: 2 years, 1,500 miles

SUPERIOR, Wis. – A dog named Endo, currently residing at the Animal Allies Humane Society shelter in Superior, is a jowly, drooling mastiff. “If you’ve seen ‘Turner and Hooch,’ he’s just like that dog,” owner Denise Hartzog said.

And he’s big: 115 pounds. But thanks to a very tiny piece of technology, he’ll soon be returning to the Hartzogs in Cape Coral, Fla., after being away for a year and a half.

A microchip embedded in Endo’s shoulder told shelter workers in Superior that the big, friendly dog had a home – 1,500 miles away.

Via DL-Online.

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