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Rainydaze

Lost Hunting dog!

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Hey guys,

My Lab/Golden Retriever mixed pup is missing in action, so if anyone should happen to see the happy wanderer please grab him. He is a wonderful dog, and very friendly. Wouldn' be all that surprised if he is out playing with your kids. He is completely black with golden retriever length hair. Real pretty dog. Resembles a black bear in the distance! Thanks in advance for any information leading to his return.

RD

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RD -

Where abouts would he might be? Hopefully home by now but if not, where are you located?

LIS

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Hey LIS,

Nope no signs of him! I live on Tilson Bay on Rainy Lake. Unfortunately he shook his collar at home, so no identification on him. His name is Trapper if anyone runs into Mr. Friendly.

RD

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