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HOME! in the Flatwoods/Sparksville area: Labs Cocoa and Dozier

2017-11-04 - Flatwoods/Sparksville area of Adair County, KY - Photo by Cindy Thrasher.
Cocoa and Dozier are home. - Cindy Thrasher, 16 Nov 2017
Cocoa and Dozier are missing in the Flatwoods/Sparksville area. They are wearing collars with blue rabies tags from Red Barn vet clinic. Cocoa has on a pink Harley Davidson collar and Dozier's is black. They are reddish brown and white lab/hound mixes around 50# each. Cocoa is 12 years old and Dozier is 11, they dug out of the fence early Saturday morning and have not been spotted since. Please call or text day or night if you see them. They are friendly and tame, but are not good around cats. We are frantic looking for them, please if you see them let us know as soon as possible. 270-250-1295. Thank you Cindy Thrasher

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