Family in St. Johns County searching for lost service dog
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. – A neighborhood household is hunting for their provider puppy after she went lacking on Monday.
The spouse instructed News4Jax their chihuahua and terrier blend puppy “Half Pint” — who appears a lot more like a lengthy-haired dachshund — went missing in the parking ton near the Publix and CVS in Fruit Cove at Julington Village on Condition Rd 13.
He explained to Information4JAX he was parked in the parking good deal and experienced his windows rolled down when Fifty percent Pint jumped out. They believe that the pup was taken by an more mature female in a blue/gray SUV all around 1:30 and 1:45 p.m. at the stop indicator throughout from Sonic.
This is thought to have been an incident as the particular person may perhaps have assumed the canine was missing and picked the puppy up to continue to keep it risk-free.
Half Pint is not microchipped and was not sporting a collar at the time she was taken — but she was putting on a white and black harness. The relatives has created flyers and posted them close to the spot. The family members is ready for the return of their doggy in the parking whole lot at CVS in the vicinity of the Sonic in a white-colored van.
The spouse has seizures, so the pet dog is quite useful to the relatives. Half Pint is about seven decades aged.
If you have any info about the whereabouts of Half Pint be sure to contact Regina Newsom at 904-832-2872.
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