Found a Lost Dog

Found a dog

This dog was found wandering around the neighborhood on 6-28. It appears to be an inside dog, maybe a Lhasa Apso. It has a collar but no tags. If you recognize the dog or are the owner please call 319-540-2685.

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akimpton says ... on Wednesday, Jul 2 at 10:29 PM

Thank you so much for keeping Lola safe and sound. She is a very important part of our family and means a lot to us. Again thank you and god bless.

grannyof3 says ... on Tuesday, Jul 1 at 3:29 PM

Twalztoni , thank you for helping the little one find is family. God Bless you !!

Twalztoni says ... on Sunday, Jun 29 at 3:06 PM

GOOD NEWS!!! The owner has been found and the two have been reunited.

Ty and Mya says ... on Saturday, Jun 28 at 10:31 PM

Hey we are shih tzus and our owner just called to offer to adopt if the owner doesnt reclaim her. He will call back in a couple of days to see if your parents find you. Mya would love a sister lahsa apso.

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