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Twelve years and a thousand miles from home dog is finally back with her family the fourteen year old fox terrier named Dutchess was found hungry and shivering in a shed in Carnegie Pennsylvania that's near Pittsburgh last week she had gone missing from her home in Florida in two thousand seven Torin Fischer is with Pittsburgh humane animal rescue with a little dirty and just really nervous which is kind of normal for animals coming in ashtrays Duchess was micro chipped in so a scan revealed that she belonged to Catherine straying from Boca Raton Florida Catherine drove the eighteen hours to Pittsburgh for what was an emotional reunion no word how judges ended up a thousand miles away or where she's been all this time Fisher says the story is a reminder that all pets should be micro