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Reward offered for beautiful German Shepherd lost near Greenville hospital

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UPDATED FEBRUARY 28: Prince returned home February 26.

A beautiful German Shepherd is lost in Greenville, and her family is offering a reward for his safe return. The listing appeared on Craigslist February 24.

Prince is a 1-year-old German Shepherd. He went missing Monday morning between 9:00a.m. and 10:00a.m. near Greenville Memorial hospital. This is most likely

His owner Nicole describes Prince as a sweet dog with two brown spots on the inside of his left ear. He's around five feet tall when standing on his back legs.

Nicole is very worried about her baby boy, and is offering a reward. If you have information, please call her at 864-230-1819.

Facebook, along with other social media, have been credited with reuniting many lost dogs with their owners. Keep this in mind as you share this article with friends, especially those in the Greenville, South Carolina area. You never know when the share you just posted will bring about a lost animal being recovered.



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