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Mark Willis writes:
Our two Basset Hounds returned to our home today, Thanks so much to Columbia Magazine and everyone who helped. Merry Christmas! - MARK WILLIS
(They've come home) Basset Hounds: Fletcher and cohort at large

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(They've come Home) Basset Hounds: Fletcher and cohort at large

2011-12-24 - Pelham Branch Road area, Adair County, KY. - Photo by Jordan Willis.
(Search is off: The missing dogs have returned)

Missing Bassett Hounds, Pelham Branch Area, Adair County, KY: I have two Basset Hounds missing from the Pelham Branch Area. We're afraid they might have made their way to bypass and went into town. They could be in the Longhunters Subdivision area or over by ACHS, but honestly we're not sure at this time. The Basset Hounds are an 8 year-old, dark brown w/ black and white spots - That's Fletcher above - and the other is 1 year-old (light brown w/white). Any help would be appreciated, if you see either of these two dogs and could just give us a call at 270-384-5393. Thanks! -MARK WILLIS

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