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This week: Velma
On December 4, 2013, Velma disappeared from her Cuyahoga Falls home. Her owners have been searching for her ever since. Velma is a black and tan female Miniature Pinscher. “Min-Pins” are small, sturdy, smooth coated dogs, only about 10” to 12-1/2” tall. They typically weigh between 8 and 10 lbs.
Velma has Liver shunt Disease and needs Daily Medication and Vet prescription dog food to do and feel well. She may already be sicker with vomiting, excessive thirst, and excessive urinating. She was last seen on Britton Rd. And Chapman Drive in Akron, Ohio. She is friendly and sweet but may be frightened and sick. She was wearing a purple collar with an old Portage County tag.
Do you have a friend, family member, or neighbor who has acquired a dog since early last December that looks like Velma? She may have ended up at a rescue or pound and been adopted out, or someone may have found her and kept her. Her family still misses her terribly. They are offering a $500.00 reward for her safe return.
If you know where Velma is, please contact: 330-322-6094 or 330-780-1295.
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