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LOST Border Terrier – Dexter, MI 9/2/07

Posted by missingpetsnetwork on October 15, 2007

Please spread the word about Gibson.  Bev lives about 80 miles northeast of Dexter and this has made searching difficult.  In addition to limited searching time, Bev’s parents were in a rollover car accident leaving them in ICU for a week and now recuperating at home.  Bev is worried sick about her parents and Gibson.  Please if you have any info, ideas or offers of help to search for Gibson; please contact Bev at benovak@comcast.net

http://dogdetective.com/dog-details.cfm?dogid=973549

Lost Border Terrier Dexter Michigan

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Lost
Dog # 973549
Date Lost: Sep 02, 2007
Dog Name: Gibson
Breed: Border Terrier
Gender: Male
Neutered: No
Size: Small (0 – 20 lbs)
Age: Young Dog
Color: Red
Description: Dog very friendly, VERY motivated by food. Knows the word “TREAT” IS NOT CAR wise. Does NOT have a collar on. He may look a little hairy now, there was a sighting on Chamberlin in Dexter
Last known location: Dexter, Michigan United States
MAST ROAD & North Territorial Road
 

This dog is microchipped - if found, take to a vet to scan!
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