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July 25 04:22 PM

Haughton dog owner desperately seeking missing dog

$5,000 now being offered

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       A Haughton couple is desperately searching for their missing dog, who wandered from his property at about 5 p.m. on July 9 and is offering a $5,000 reward for his safe return.

       The dog, a short, stocky blue pit bull named O’Man, went outside but somehow got outside of the fence and has been missing ever since.

       O’Man has a skin condition and is in need of medication.

       The dog went missing from Burns Cemetery Road off Highway 157 in Haughton, La.

       It is not known if the dog ran off or was stolen.

The owners stress that O’Man is not aggressive. He is not neutered or microchipped.

He was reportedly spotted on July 18 near Northgate and Patrick Park in Bossier City.

SNARR (Special Needs Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation), an animal rescue group based in Lafayette, is expected to help in the search for O’Man this weekend.

If you spot him, call Heather at 318-465-1130 or Kyle at 318-453-6007.

 

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