TROY, Idaho (AP) - A northern Idaho family that reported a dog missing two weeks ago says their pet was found in California, only to be lost again, and then finally located in Nevada.
The Lewiston Tribune reports the Heath family dog, Reba, was returned home Monday to Troy, Idaho.
Kami Heath says the border collie mix disappeared from her outside kennel two weeks ago. Heath says the dog was located in Roseville, Calif., a week later and identified by her rabies vaccination tag, but someone else claimed Reba before they could.
Heath then received a call Friday from the Humane Society of Washoe County outside Reno, where Reba was finally located. The family drove the dog home over the weekend, but only after she was implanted with an identification microchip.