This little girl was dropped of at Chicago Animal Care and Control (CACC) on Friday, August 23rd as a stray. She had an AKC microchip. Some breeders put a privacy hold on their information, so if the microchip doesn't get registered by the owner, the microchip company isn't allowed to give out the breeder information (implanter) to anyone calling in. Sally's microchip was one of these cases, and Chicago Animal Control sent this to microchip hunters for help.
I called AKC Sunday morning, and gave them the microchip number. I was told the same thing...we can't give the breeder information out, BUT they told me they will try to contact the breeder and let them know to call me if they have information on who they adopted the dog to.
Monday morning, I got a call from Aly, the breeder! She had all the information for Sally's owner, Shernice. I spoke with Shernice and she told me she would be going to get Sally right after work, and she did!! Sally, however, had to stay one more day so she could be spayed, but is now home!
We are so glad CACC sent this to us, that AKC reached out to the breeder, and that the breeder had all the information we needed to get Sally back to her family.
Welcome home Sally! Found 8/23/2019; Reunited 8/27/2019. You are adorable - you needed to go home <3
~Lost Dogs Illinois