FORT LOWELL, Ariz. (FOX 13/KOLD) - When a family's puppy was stolen during a home break-in four years ago, it left a vacancy in their lives. But that all changed on Christmas.
Harley was spotted by a volunteer with the Pima Animal Care Center in Tucson, Arizona, and was taken in for treatment. That's when a microchip in the Yorkshire Terrier was detected, and the family was notified.
Harley's owner moved to Mississippi, but she said she kept her old Arizona phone number just in case her dog was found. Then, she finally got the call she was hoping for.