Strangers Drove 3000km To Drive The Dog Back To His Home.

Jake, a 7-year-old coonhound, went missing from his home in Arizona. Nearly a year passed, and his owners had pretty much given up on him. Then, Jake’s owner received a call from someone in Pennsylvania. Jake had been found… more than 1,900 miles away.

Because of a microchip that had been implanted into Jake, the people who found him were able to contact his owners.

After that 20 strangers worked together to get Jake back to his owners, with each driving as far as he or she could before handing the dog over to the next driver.

And now, Jake is very happy to be home again. 

Jake's Mom finally made it home from work!! He obviously missed his mom!!

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