Missing dog found after local news broadcast on Puppy Day

SALT LAKE CITY (KSTU) -– Fox 13 News first told you about "Lady" last month on National Puppy Day.

The five-year-old mixed breed was transferred to the Humane Society of Utah last month, looking for a new home after spending more than two years in shelters.

However, Thursday the Humane Society of Utah announced that Lady found a home—with her original owner.

RELATED: Pictures of newly found dog named Lady.

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Missing dog reunited with owner thanks to local news broadcast
A missing dog, who spent more than two years living in shelters, was reunited with its family after they recognized him during a local news broadcast.
A missing dog, who spent more than two years living in shelters, was reunited with its family after they recognized him during a local news broadcast.
A missing dog, who spent more than two years living in shelters, was reunited with its family after they recognized him during a local news broadcast.
A missing dog, who spent more than two years living in shelters, was reunited with its family after they recognized him during a local news broadcast.
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A family who saw the story on National Puppy Day realized Lady was their own dog who had vanished two and a half years ago. The family spent months looking for her but were unable to locate her until now.

The Humane Society says they're happy to help Lady find her family and to get her micro-chipped.

For more information about HSU and the work they do on behalf of animals, click here.

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