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hattrk4me

2 DOGS LOST, POSSIBLY STOLEN IN DL AREA

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Well Ive had a great weekend. On Friday My dog along with my Nieghbors dog disapeared. We have a feeling they were dognapped. Ironicaly this was the same day my Dad died. I will post pics when I can.

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hatt-- any luck finding the dogs??

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That is horrible. I will keep my eyes and ears open. I hope you find them. It would rip my heart out if something happened to Boomer or Cooper.

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Nothing yet. The kids are devastated, as am I.

We are offering a reward for their return.

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I wish you all the luck finding your family. I have 2 kids my self, Elvis and Morgan. If something happened to them I would be pretty lost and upset as well. Good Luck.

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I have talked to a couple of people that live in your neighborhood to the east, but they have seen nothing. You gonna make it down for hockey next week? Next week being the last week of Oldtimers, there are only 2 things to do. Play hockey and visit the "Office".

Later... Burny

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Sorry about your loss, especially your father. I'll keep an eye out, and put my ear to the ground.

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hattrk4me, please call or email me, I have some information on what my be your two dogs that went missing.

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Fisherdog,

I left a msg on your Cell and at your office. Please call me when you can, 849-1260

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