Lost doggy goes home
The lost doggy found by Mark at Autoservices Chelford Ltd has been returned safe and sound to his owners.
Sarah had the presence of mind to get a vet to check if the little man was chipped. He was and he was soon reunited with his family.
If your dog isn't chipped, it might well be worth considering getting him into the digital world.
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