Three years and nearly 3,000 miles later: Family reunites with dog

When the Harworth family was transferred from Fort Bragg to South Korea in 2011, it left its dog Zeus with a North Carolina family.

A year later, the Harworths received a call saying Zeus had died, but it turned out it wasn't true.

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Earlier this year, Zeus was found wandering along the side of a North Carolina road. The dog was taken to Banfield Pet Hospital where he was treated for heart worms.

When the Harworths received word that Zeus was still alive but couldn't fly because of his condition, they were determined to see him again, even if it meant driving 3,000 miles across the country from Washington state to North Carolina for the reunion.

Banfield Pet Hospital captured the heartwarming reunion on video:

Zeus' Homecoming

What could be better than seeing a dog reunited with his family after almost 3 years?For all the details on Zeus' story, go to

Posted by Banfield Pet Hospital on Saturday, August 15, 2015

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