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Missing Blue Merle Australian Shepherd dog has been found

Good news: Duramax is back where he belongs, at home in Milltown with Kathy and Bobby Downey. Thanks go to everyone who helped, especially the special lady who picked him up for his own safety and protected him at her home in Breeding, KY - 15 miles away.

Letter from Kathy Downey

Thank you so much, Mr, Waggener for posting the ad for our missing dog. Within a few hours of your posting we began receiving phone calls of people that had seen the dog.


He was found approximately 15-20 miles from home in the Breeding community.

A very special thanks to everyone that helped by telling us where and when they had seen the dog to help us locate the dog and to the lady who had picked him up on the road and took him home with her for his safety.

We are so happy to have Duramax home.

Also, a very special thank you to Columbia Magazine for the great results your ads always produce. This just proves how many people benefit and read Columbia Magazine on a regular basis. --Kathy Downey


This story was posted on 2012-05-28 02:27:04
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