High Point residents search for missing service dog
Snickers the Labradoodle
HIGH POINT, N.C. — A community is coming together in High Point to search for a missing service dog who works closely with autistic children.
Groups of people plan to patrol the streets of High Point in search of Snickers the Labradoodle.
The group continued their search Saturday, walking through the Oakview and Johnson Street area. The dog has reportedly been spotted throughout the Piedmont.
Snickers’ owners say the dog has been missing for almost a month. They say they are concerned about the cold weather.
A $1,000 reward is being offered for the dog, according to a Facebook page. Visit the page for more details and contact information.
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