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North Carolina military family reunites with dog lost for six years

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HOPE MILLS, N.C. – A North Carolina military family got the surprise of a lifetime after being reunited with a dog that was lost for six years.

WTVD reported that the Weston family thought they would never see their long-lost dog, Bam, again, until he recently turned up in a Fayetteville animal shelter.

K.C. Weston, 18, said he couldn’t believe his eyes when his dad brought home his childhood dog.

“I was shocked! I was just . . . stayed like with my mouth open. ‘That can’t be him,’ but turns out that it is,” Weston said.

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