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Frasier, a Chocolate Lab, is missing from his Breeding area home



2014-03-17 - Breeding, KY - Photo by Arianna Wooten.
We're in the Breeding area, and our dog has come up missing. I was hoping you could put some pictures and his and our info up on CM to ensure the speedy return of our dog. He slipped his collar, and hasn't been microchipped, so we're afraid he might have looked like a stray to someone. He's not. His name is Frasier, he's a full-blooded Chocolate Lab, probably between 60-80 lbs. He's all brown with a white splotch on his chest and stomach, and gold eyes. He's young, approximately. 8 months old. Contact us at: 1-270-432-2847 or 1-270-261-1443

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