Texas Man Offers $50,000 for His Missing Dog

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A man in Texas is offering a $50,000 reward for the safe return of his missing dog, Sir.  Warren resident Charlie Parker is willing to sell his home to offer the huge reward for his beloved five-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever.

Sir, who was always by Parker’s side, mysteriously went missing on September 15.  Parker has been devastated by the loss of his best friend.  He and his wife have no children and say Sir is like a child to them.  They have fliers posted at local businesses, but there has been no trace of the dog so far.

Sir was wearing a camouflage collar when he disappeared.  Anyone with information should call (409)547-2297 or (409)200-6006.

11 thoughts on “Texas Man Offers $50,000 for His Missing Dog”

  1. It’s unlikely Sir would be in California, but I wish I could find him for them and then turn down the reward. People who love their dog enough to be willing to give up everything to get him back deserve to get him and keep everything else.

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  2. My heart is sadden for you as we have a female as our baby…praying sir is returned and found safe….<3

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  3. Please make sure to check Craigslist, there are quite a few found chocolate labs in that area. My heart goes out to them, it is my biggest fear as a doggie “mom.”

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  4. I am sure they have been looking but do a search on Petfinder. I looked and of course he is not my dog so I can not tell if any of them are Sir but many chocolate labs are listed…also look in bordering states….you never know..I will continue to keep an eye out on my facebook page that lists many shelter dogs up for adoptions….I will also continue to pray that Sir makes it home safe and sound…

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  5. Keep checking Craig’s List for people selling a chocolate Lab. A lot of people either find, or steal dogs, and then sell them. Check Ebay dog sales, as well, and make sure you cover every State which abuts Texas. People travel.

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