Owner and dog reunited after 11-years apart.

An endearing tale of a girl and her dog which will make you go ‘awwwww’.

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Coming across a cute Pomeranian-poodle crossbreed on the societal media platform, Nicole thought the dog appeared strangely familiar attributing her to her beloved pup from youth, Chloe.

When Nicole was aged 10 her grandmother gave her Chloe as a surprise and the two instantly became the greatest of friends, inseparable to the next four years.

As Nicole told the BBC, when her father got a new job which took him to work out of house without noise or distraction she knew she needed to donate Chloe up.

She was wearing a pink bow when Nana gave her to me.

I recall my father picked me up from school when I was 14 with the puppy in the back chair.

Although an upset Nicole regularly rang the Humane Society they never could provide updates.

Fairy-tales can come true, and so Nicole,’on a whim’, went to get a pup she spotted was available for adoption.

She found out this 11-year-old dog was also called Chloe.

When I discovered they were both called Chloe it was very strange.

It just clicked when she was released to me as Chloe.

When she was dropped off she came running up to me and was licking at my head.

I then knew in my heart that she was the exact same dog.

With Nicole’s husband skeptical the pair checked the microchip that confirmed the suspicion, meaning Nicole and Chloe was officially reunited after seven long years apart.

Nicole was overwhelmed with happiness and could not think what had happened.

Chloe has been settling in well, developing a particular bond and enjoying with Nicole’s daughter, Violet.

She’s somewhat smaller and has no teeth, but she still loves to run around.

Chloe is quite gentle with Violet and it warms my heart to see them together.

Nicole was also delighted to hear that during the seven years they spent apart Chloe was not alone.

She dwelt with, and has been adored by, an elderly couple till they passed.

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