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Reward Offered for return of Blue Merle Australian Shepherd Dog

Kathy Downey writes:
We have a blue merle Australian Shepherd dog missing from the North 61 area around the Veteran's Memorial Bypass, Jim Blair Recreation Area and J. Downey & Son Lumber, Inc. He was last seen on Friday, May 25, 2012, when he followed our truck up the road a very short distance. He usually always returns back to the sawmill, but this time he did not return.

If someone should have picked him up thinking he is a cattle dog, he is definitely not.

He has become our family pet since he runs cattle, horses and hates cats.A reward is offered for his return. Please contact, Bobby Downey at 270- 378-1221 if you know where we might locate our dog. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Kathy Downey
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This story was posted on 2012-05-27 02:41:14
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