(KENDALLVILLE) - A Kendallville woman is pleading for the return of her service dog, which slipped his collar after being spooked by a loud noise Sunday evening.
The Siberian Husky named Blizzard, has been Kimberly Layton’s constant companion since he was six weeks old. She says it should be obvious to anyone that he is trained and not a stray.
She’s hoping whoever took Blizzard in will do the right thing and return him.
If you’ve seen Blizzard or know where he is you can call 260-319-0449.
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