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Glen Richards dog Tippy missing after Christine RD fire

Tippy was the pet of his late wife, Charlotte Richards

Glen Richards writes:
My home was destroyed by a fire August 5, 2011. I had two dogs one of the dogs was located but Tippy my small mixed breed black dog with white feet has not been located. She was my late wife Charlotte's pet. Charlotte just recently passed away. I live on Christine Road. I believe that maybe Tippy made it out if the fire, but was scared and ran away. If anyone within the area has seen this dog please contact me and I will come pick it up. Thanks to everyone for helping me find my dog. - Glen Richards
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This story was posted on 2011-08-09 07:35:50
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