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Woman desperate to find missing dog offers reward

A reward has been offered by a Letterkenny woman desperate for the safe return of her missing dog.

The woman, from Meadowhill, who did not wish to be named says her Collie dog was last seen on Sunday, June 19, at fields behind Lisnennan Court. She had been out walking her dog, called Teddy, when she let him off the lead to run and he lost his way.

The woman says her seven-month-old dog is small, with black, white and brown colouring. He has a red collar and had been microchipped.

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Although he is called Teddy, his owner says he might not respond to his name as she only had him a short time before he disappeared and he may not be familiar with his name.

If anyone spots him they are asked to call 0863627315 or 0863155001.

Teddy the dog, who has been missing from Letterkenny since Sunday, June 19.

Teddy the dog, who has been missing from Letterkenny since Sunday, June 19.

 

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