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A Florida woman whose dog was missing for nearly two years has been reunited with her beloved pooch after the little guy was found more than 1,000 miles away in Detroit.

When a stray black and white pug-nosed terrier arrived at the Dearborn Animal Shelter last week, staff members did what they always do with lost animals - check for a microchip.

That revealed the good news - the dog was chipped!

As it turns out, after he was reported missing in Ocala, Florida, in August 2014, he was found and adopted by a man who later moved to Michigan.

He escaped from his adopted owner and ended up at the shelter in Detroit.

Original owner Debi Petranck was ecstatic when the shelter called her to inform her that beloved Zeus was save and sound.

A touching video of their reunion was posted to Facebook by Fox 2 Detroit.

“My main worry, I didn’t know if Zeus would know me or not, but he walked in and knew … he recognized me from right off,” Petranck said. “Everything’s just the way we left it. We’ve just picked right up where we were.”

"I prayed that the right people would get involved. And they obviously did. I have my dog back."

Watch the heartwarming video above!

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