A family in San Marcos, Texas became separated from their beloved dog when they were forced to evacuate their home due to the floods which ravaged the area this past May.  Months later, the dog was found wandering in Crescent City, CA.  The local animal shelter tracked down the dog’s owners using the implanted microchip.

The owners had no idea how the dog got all the out to California and were anxious for his return, however, they could not afford the $1500 price tag to do so.
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A California-based truck driver on his way to Texas steps in and volunteers to drive the dog home.

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