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Dog missing after owner died in Washington highway crash, search continues

Help find this precious dog.
Help Find Daisy Facebook page

A sweet-faced dog named Daisy is missing and volunteers are out looking for her after her owner died in a highway crash in southwest Washington that happened two weeks ago. As reported by KATU on Feb. 20, the little Yorkie fled the scene and many people are on the lookout for her.

Many volunteers from animal rescue groups have been on the search for the missing pooch. Daisy was in the car when the accident happened on Interstate 5 that claimed the life of Matthew Scott, her owner. She must be so scared and alone not knowing what happened. Crews have been searching around the Gee Creek area where she might have been last spotted.

In addition to the animal shelters, Second Chance Dogs have decided to join in the search for the 2-year-old pup. A few truck drivers have also reported seeing Daisy but have not been able to grab her.

“It’s a very little dog and the elements have been horrible,” said Cindy Koch, spokesperson for Second Chance Dogs. “There are coyotes.”

Koch did give some hope saying that there is a chance that Daisy could still be alive and out there trying to figure out what’s going on. Matthew Scott's family would love to have her home safe and sound.

If you live in the area, please be on the lookout for this sweet girl. If you have any information that might be of help, you are urged to contact the volunteers at (360) 903-1775.

A Facebook page has also been set up to find her.