Chicago IL, a young rescued Italian Greyhound/Schnauzer mixed pup has gone missing in the Humbolt Park neighborhood. So far, there have been no reported sightings of the dog and so the current owner and rescue organization who placed the dog are reaching out to Chicago locals for help.
ROMP Italian Greyhound Rescue is asking for help in locating "Pippin," a wirey-haired 3 year old female Italian Greyhound/Schnauzer mix who was last seen at 2511 W. North Ave Chicago. She is about 20 lbs, cream/white in color, and has been missing since December 10, 2013 when she slipped out a door and quickly escaped through a fence, took off down the street and hasn't been seen since.
Pippin's heartbroken adopted dad and the rescue organization have posted flyers, knocked on doors, searched on foot, searched with dogs on foot, faxed, emailed, posted on car windshields, posted in buildings/poles/restaurants/gas stations/bus stops/CTA, talked to people, talked to the police, checked vets and left flyers with vets, checked AC, sent flyers with dog walkers, and called people across Chicago but still there has been not a single lead or tip.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Pippin, please contact ROMP Italian Greyhound Rescue: 773-263-7060 or email@example.com immediately.
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