AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - A West Georgia man and a four-legged friend
have a lot of catching up to do.
Randy Dely was reunited with his Labrador retriever late last
week nearly five years after the dog went missing.
'Ace' recently showed up at Michelle Golden's Beauregard home
without a collar and Golden took him to Auburn University's School
of Veterinary Medicine where she works in the pharmacy.
Staff members scanned him and found he had a computer chip with
his owner's information.
Dely is from Americus, Ga. where he serves as Webster County's
Sheriff. His dog somehow ended up more than a hundred miles away.
Staff at the Vet Clinic said the dog has been well cared for.
Delay said he didn't think he'd ever see the dog again.
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