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Reward of £1,000 for return of dog which went missing near Corby Glen




Kenai
Kenai

A dog breeder is offering a reward of £1,000 for the return of a dog which has been missing for several weeks.

Kenai, a male Tamaskan, ran away while out with his owner between Corby Glen and Irnham on February 19.

Lynn Hardey, who bred Kenai, says she is desperate for Kenai to be found. He is a rare breed of dog and has a heart murmur and needs daily medication. Lynn says there are probably only about 200 of his kind of breed in the country.

Lynn said everything was being done to find Kenai. Volunteers have been searching the area, some on quad bikes, and a drone has even been used to try and find the dog.

Lynn said: “It’s three to four weeks now that he has been missing and we just want everybody to be aware. My fear is not that he has been killed on a road somewhere but that somebody is holding him. We are the only breeders of this particular dog.

“I bred him and sold him as a puppy. He came back to me several weeks ago after his owner had a bad accident. His new owner had only had him a week. I am desperate to get him back.”

Kenai is microchipped and wears ID tags on a leather collar.

Posters advertising the £1,000 reward have been put up around town with pictures of Kenai. He has a wolf-like appearance.

If you know where Kenai is or have information about him call 07887 754358, 07800 603494 or 07794 833369.



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