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  • Brunno's back home thanks to South Florida pet detective

    PI Jamie Katz recently reunited a missing French bulldog with his frantic owner, who had been searching for Brunno for six months. The reunion was one of many joyful moments for South Florida's pet detective, who is making a career of tracking down lost and stolen pets of all varieties.

PI Jamie Katz recently reunited a missing French bulldog with his frantic owner, who had been searching for Brunno for six months. The reunion was one of many joyful moments for South Florida's pet detective, who is making a career of tracking down lost and stolen pets of all varieties. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
PI Jamie Katz recently reunited a missing French bulldog with his frantic owner, who had been searching for Brunno for six months. The reunion was one of many joyful moments for South Florida's pet detective, who is making a career of tracking down lost and stolen pets of all varieties. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

She’s a pet detective who finds stolen dogs. Her name is Katz.

May 15, 2017 8:37 AM

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