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by Digital Staff 
Tuesday, April 16th 2019

A special reunion was caught on camera Tuesday at the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport.

U.S. Army Specialist Tyler Mosely took in a small puppy named Daisy while on deployment in Syria in 2018.

When he realized he just couldn’t say good-bye, he reached out to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals International for help.

After being separated for three months, the organization made their reunion possible.

In Syria, Mosely made a home for Daisy in an old turkey cage. He said he fed her canned sausages and pork.

Mosely said now that she’s home, she’ll be treated like a queen.

"I kind of gave her that name because it was something beautiful out of a bad place," Mosely explained about naming Daisy. "I'm beyond excited. I can't wait. She's going to get all the love in the world."

Daisy is about five months old now. You can learn more about the group that brought her to the U.S. by clicking here.

 
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