Friday, October 31, 2014

Houston TX: Lost brown/tan dog... from 77057 area...Augusta/Sugar Hill/Nantucket area

From: HomeAgain PetRescuers <homeagain@petrescuers.homeagain.com>
Date: October 30, 2014 at 4:03:23 PM CDT
Subject: TUTTLE, a lost DOG, is missing in your area
Reply-To: HomeAgain PetRescuers <customerservice@homeagain.com>

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TUTTLE
Is A Missing DOG Near You!
DOG - TUTTLE
LAST SEEN:
HOUSTON, TX 77057 AUGUSTA DR. TO SUGAR HILL DR. POSSIBLY NANTUCKET DR.
WAYS TO HELP:
Download Lost Pet Poster (PDF)
PET INFORMATION
SPECIES:
DOG
BREED:
MIXED BREED
LOST:
10/29/2014
AGE:
3 YEARS
PRIMARY COLOR:
BROWN
SECONDARY COLOR:
TAN
SEX:
M
WEIGHT:
21.43
MICROCHIP #:
985112005686992


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