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Code: BFT2022

Jack   

Lost Dog

CA, 92708
Pet name:
Jack
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Maltese, Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie
Date:
12/14/2020
Colors:
Brown, Tan or Cream, Black
Age:
Senior
Coat type:
Wavy
Coat length:
Short
Identify markings:
Jack is on the right in the attached photo. He is not spayed, he is a shy dog and is probed to seizures. The other dog in the photo is Bella. She is an 11 years old Maltese/poodle mix. She is all white. She will lock you to death she is the sweetest dog.
Description:
My mother passed away a few weeks ago and left me her dog Bella to take care of. The evening of Sunday, December 13th my mothers ex-boyfriend Robert Browne stole both Bella and my dog Jack from my residence. If anyone see these dogs on social media to be sold or if you see them in your neighborhood please contact me. 

My man who took the dogs name is Robert Browne. He is approximately six feet tall with short dirty blond hair and blue eye. He weighs about 300-320 pounds. 

Please these dogs mean everything to me. They are the only thing I have left from my mom. Please if anyone see them please contact me.

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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