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This week: Dragon, and other missing Ohio pets
Dragon went missing in Canal Fulton, the evening of April 24, 2013, when the invisible fence wire in his yard was cut by some landscapers. He and his sister, Star, left the yard sometime around 7pm. Star was recovered two days later when she wandered into someone's garage. Both were wearing their invisible fence collars and collars with ID tags. Dragon was not with her.
Dragon is a pure bred male Brittany Spaniel from field trail/hunting bloodlines. He weighed about 55 pounds and was in perfect health when he went missing. His family went door to door in the neighborhood where both had been seen together earlier that day. There have been many potential sightings of Dragon within a 2-3 mile radius of where Star was found. He has been sighted off Butterbridge and Kenyon Rds between Rte 21 and Wooster Rd in North Lawrence/Massillon, Ohio 44614. It is a very rural area with lots of open fields, woods, and streams.
Dragon had been raised from a puppy by a 12 year old boy who is devastated by his loss. Dragon is a very friendly, out-going dog and never showed any signs of aggression. If he is still on the loose, he is likely to be very shy and wary of people by now. If sighted, please do not chase him but call (330) 495-1358 immediately. If there is no answer, please try (330) 495-3336.
There is a $1,000 reward for his safe return. For background info on the search for Dragon, visit the Facebook page 'Bring Dragon Home'.
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