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This page was last updated: March 28, 2013
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This dog has been missing since the evening of Monday (March 11) in the area of RT. 38, 2 miles from US 250.
The dog’s name is Kuma
Color: Medium Brown with touches of white on her toes and across chest, distinctive Golden eyes.
Breed: Mixed. Lab, Pit Bull, possibly Weimaraner because of pinkish nose, and who knows what else.
Collar: Blue with three pieces of orange hunting vest tied to it House trained; Spayed; Will sit on command. Will bark when told "Talk to me"
Age: 2 years and 3 months
Kuma is rather large and weighs around 60 pounds. She is very friendly, even with strangers. She has only been around children a few times, but has been great with them. Except for jumping up on them. She was raised with cats and is not aggressive toward them unless they are eating out of her food bowl. In both pictures she is just over 1 year old.
A male Toy Yorkie mix has come up missing. He was last seen on Serpell Ave in Belington on Sunday afternoon (3/24/2013). He was wearing a camo collar. He is brown and black and answers to the name Rocky. If you have him or have seen him or have any information as to his whereabouts, please call 304-591-2817.