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Find our dog Chris

Original post made by Monica Yeung Arima on Jun 4, 2012

LOST DOG
Still Missing after 2 months! We Miss Our Dog, CHRIS.
Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog) about 25 lbs.
Sable and White (looks like mini-Collie)
Please call us at 650 888-4116 (24Hrs) for Reward.

REWARD! (myarima@gmail.com)

Chris Lost His Front Teeth, Needs Medical Care
Please Help to Bring Chris Home Safely.
I can email you Flyer to Post at Your Neighborhood, Pet Stores, Vet Offices.
Last Seen at Cowper St/Channing Ave in Palo Alto.
Call 650 888-4116 (24Hrs) for Reward
(Or call PA Animal Services: 650 329-2413)

Comments (1)

Posted by Nora Charles, a resident of Stanford
on Jun 4, 2012 at 11:23 pm

Oh, how terrible to have him missing for so long. I will think good thoughts that you or someone finds him, and soon. Try to hang in there.


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