Last month I wrote about the Harworths, a military family who had to move from Georgia to South Korea on a military assignment. The Harworths couldn’t take their dog Zeus, a friendly Rottweiler mix, so they left him with a family friend in North Carolina.
After a few months, the friend said Zeus had died, and the Harworths were devastated.
But in July a woman named Laura Williams in North Carolina found Zeus tracked down the Hartworths after a vet scanned Zeus’ microchip.
While the Harworths were ecstatic that Zeus was still alive, they were going to have to wait while to see him because Zeus had heart worms and couldn’t fly for 6 months.
Fortunately, a practice manager at a Banfield Pet Hospital named Rachel Overby heard about Zeus’ story and offered to drive him the 3000 miles from North Carolina to Washington.
Last Friday, Rachel and Zeus rolled into the Lacey PetSmart after a 6-day journey. Here’s the video of the his happy reunion with his family.