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Lost dog: Rat Terrier/Mountain Feist Mix, Columbia, KY area

2012-12-28 - Columbia, KY - Photo Cathy Burris. Lost: Rat Terrier/Mountain Feist Mix - We live in Louisville and we lost our dog when we came to visit Frieda Burris and Carlos Stotts (Ma & Pa) in the Antioch area of Sparksville, near Columbia, over Christmas. The boys received her as a gift from Ma and Pa years ago. Her name is Blacky and she looks like a mini doberman but she's a Rat Terrier/Mountain Feist mix. She's Black and Tan, has big ears and gets scared easily. She is 11 and her eyesight is poor. I've attached two pictures of her. Please let me know what I need to do. Thanks, 502-228-9477 - Cathy Burris See: HAPPY REUNION: Mountain feist, family
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