Lila is missing

De Wildt, Ga-Rankuwa, Gauteng, South Africa
Marise
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  • Posted4 months, 15 days ago
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Lila went missing on Sunday 26 August 2018 at around 13:00pm on our small holding situated in De Wildt,North West. We are totally devastated and are offering a HUGE REWARD for her safe return. If you have any info, day or night all hours please call us on 0782701381/ 0722163456.

Lila is a very sweet soft little girl with a big presence!
She is dark red/brown with a white patch on her chest and white toe nails on both hind feet. She has a small wart on her right hand flank(side). She is microchipped and has a red and black collar on with a name tag. Any info would be hugely appreciated!!!!

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    1 month, 8 days ago

    Ms by Julia:

    Hi

    There is a similar looking dog running around in Moregloed. Has lost a lot of weight in over the last few weeks - Is living in the bushes I think.
    I’ve not had a close up look - only seen the dog fr on the car several times.

    May be worth coming out and walking the area to see if it’s your dog

    Regards
    Julia

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