34 days ago

Two dogs missing

Pono from Otahuhu

Our two dogs (small - shizu terrier cross) got off our fully fenced property on Saturday around 3.30pm. Both had their walking leads still attached to them.

If anyone has seen them, they may be tangled or caught on a tree, or someone may have kindly taken them into their homes. They went missing from Princes St Otahuhu. One of the dogs has a tag with our telephone number.

Please call us and we will gladly collect them and reward you for your kindness in taking care of them. The black one is Haeremai and the tri colour one is Matariki. You can also call the Animal Shelter in Henderson on 09 836 7777. They will also collect. Thanks so much. They are loved and we miss them.

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