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This week: Houston has been missing since May
Houston is a male pit bull mix who has been missing from Columbus, Franklin County since May 31. Houston is white with dark spots on each side of his face that cover each eye, and a dark spot across his shoulders. He has uncut, floppy ears and his left front paw turns outward. Houston went missing in the Westgate Park area of Columbus.
If you see him or know where he is please contact: P. Ross phone: 614-519-5958 REWARD for his return!
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