Sep 14, 2023 at 5:31 PM Update: 4 minutes ago
A puppy that went missing in Paris a week ago was found by the Hague animal ambulance on Thursday. The owner was traced the same day thanks to a properly registered chip.
The puppy stood out because it caused traffic nuisance near Huis ten Bosch in The Hague. The Hague animal ambulance found her there. Huis ten Bosch is the palace where King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima live.
After reading the chip, it turned out that it was not a Dutch, but a French dog. The chip could easily be linked to the owner via the French database.
The animal is doing well. She has no injuries and was not starving or thirsty when animal control found her.
The Hague animal ambulance does not think that the puppy made the entire journey on foot. She was in too good shape for that. It is unclear how the dog ended up in The Hague.
Correction: an earlier version of this article stated that the puppy was found at Noordeinde Palace. This must be Huis ten Bosch and has been adjusted.
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