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Lost Dog

N 33rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ, USA
Microchip ID:
Australian Kelpie, Chihuahua
Date registered:
Last updated:


There is a reward out for her!! She was last in on 31 Ave near Claremont St on March 20, 2022 up on the northern end up Bethany Home rd close by where she went missing. She might be scared and run so please don’t chase her. Use food and kneel down to her level so she feels comfortable to come closer to you. She is a very sweet dog she just very shy at first and has anxiety. She is wearing a reflective vest/harness and microchipped. She has two declaws on the two back paws and had two tan circle spots above her eyes. She has a long body and snout with a medium size body. You can also call this number (928) 380-1446. She is in a unknown area and most likely roaming around in that neighborhood so please any updates are greatly appreciated. We miss her so much.

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