HELP US FIND ONE OF OUR FOSTER DOGS!!

At around 4 p.m. last night, an Animal Welfare Foundation of Iowa dog jumped the fence at his foster home at 3813 Pine Tree Drive NE in Cedar Rapids. We are asking for the public's help in finding Rossi.

Rossi is a 2-year-old black lab mix with white on his chest. He weighs 76 lbs. and is tall and thin and needs to put on weight. He is very friendly. Rossi is not wearing a collar but he is microchipped.

Please call his foster mom, Melissa, immediately if you see Rossi, at 319-415-1270. All of us at AWF are concerned about the safety of Rossi. Please help us!

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missyandandy says ... on Sunday, Jul 4 at 6:22 PM

We are looking for a yellow lab that jumped the fence on Friday. If you see her in your area please call melissa at 319 270 3205. Her name is HONEY BELLE. thakns!!

tigress says ... on Thursday, Jun 10 at 3:59 AM

aww so sad poor puppy needs to go home

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