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Woman films emotional reunion with her dog almost two years after she flew to New Zealand and got stuck their during the Covid lockdown Mikayla Neil, 22, was kept apart from her fox terrier Tess for 18 months On April 25, Ms Neil filmed Tess rushing towards her before jumping into her lap Even after 18 months apart, Tess recognised her long lost owner straight away 

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:46 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 05:50 BST, 3 May 2021

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A Melbourne woman has enjoyed an emotional reunion with her dog after being separated for more than a year due to the Covid pandemic.

Mikayla Neil, 22, was kept apart from her fox terrier Tess for 18 months after strict border closures stopped her from returning to Australia from New Zealand.

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On April 25, Ms Neil filmed Tess rushing towards her before jumping into her lap in a fit of glee.

Even after more than a year apart, Tess recognised her long lost owner straight away.

Mikayla Neil, 22, was kept apart from her fox terrier Tess for 18 months after strict border closures stopped her from returning to Australia from New Zealand

Mikayla Neil, 22, was kept apart from her fox terrier Tess for 18 months after strict border closures stopped her from returning to Australia from New Zealand

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