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Kansas City Pet Project "Our staff said that Titan saw his owner and immediately started jumping and wiggling.
Dog and owner reunite after three years.
His dog was microchipped, though, and Williams -- who runs a small appliance sales service -- called around the local shelters and vets' offices, with no luck. Titan seems to be taking his old life in stride, Williams says. Get in touch at arin.
Titan is now older and bigger.
The Moment This Dog Sees Its Human After Three Years Will Make Your Heart Melt
It took a very long time to get their picture because Titan was wiggling so much," shelter representative Tori Fugate says. Titan and Williams, reunited at the shelter.
Williams got Titan as a gorgeous, rambunctious puppy about five years ago. And so, after this ecstatic reunion, and peaceful settling-back-in period, Williams is optimistic that love, and a secure perimeter, will keep Titan safely at home this time around.
Late last week, a family turned up at the Kansas City Pet Project with a now-middle-aged Doberman they were calling Cocoa. The chip was still registered to Williams, who then got an unexpected phone call.
He finally came to the conclusion that Titan must have been picked up by someone who'd decided to keep him. Allen Williams Head over to the Kansas City Pet Project's Facebook page for information about the many, many animals this open access, no-kill shelter has available for adoption.
This is definitely one of our happiest stories and we were so happy to bring the pair back together. And while his daughter's German shepherd is still at large, a couple of new dogs have moved into the house, where, Williams promises, a tall, locked fence keeps them from roaming.
He was a gift from his then-girlfriend.
Dog greets owner after 3 months away
Allen Williams There've been some changes in the last few years, of course. Titan was about 2 years old when he somehow got out of Williams' fenced backyard in Independence, Missouri, along with his daughter's German shepherd. Titan was alive, indeed, and as it turned out, he was still playing the role of canine Harry Houdini.
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