WHEATON, Ill. (AP) — Three years later, a Michigan dog is back with her owners after she disappeared on a trip to suburban Chicago.
Lola vanished from a fenced yard in 2017 when Debra and Steve Mejeur of Kalamazoo, Michigan, were visiting a friend.
The couple returned hoping to find a dog that was specially trained to help Debra Mejeur in case of a seizure.
The Mejeurs posted notices and got help from volunteers but had no luck. Authorities in DuPage County recently got a call from a couple who had found the dog.
Lola had a microchip, which led to a phone call to the owners in Michigan.
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