Heartbroken family appeal for missing dog info - The Coventry Observer

Heartbroken family appeal for missing dog info

Coventry Editorial 31st Jul, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016   0

A BROKEN-HEARTED family is appealing for any information on the whereabouts of their missing dog.

Buster the 11-year-old yellow labrador went missing from near his home in Appleby Magna in Leicstershire to the north east of Birmingham.

And although he is not likely to have ventured into our readership areas, his owners are hoping somebody reading this appeal may work or travel through the Appleby Magna area and have seen Buster.

“We have tried everything over the last sev weeks to try and get him to returned –¬† putting posters up, informing farms, rescue centres, dog wardens – everything,” said his heartbroken owner Gemma Causer.

“He has also been on the radio and has had thousands of shares on social media.

“We are convinced that someone out there knows something about where Buster is and its breaking our hearts that he has been taken from us after 11 years of being part of our family.”

Buster is very distinguishable as he has a cauliflowe ear and a fatty lump on his right-hand-side.

He is microchipped, so anybody who find him can take him to the nearest vet and help reunite him with his family.

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