Missing Brace featured in the local press.
‘Substantial’ reward offered to find Guildford beagle missing for two months
The 15-month-old escaped from a dog sitting farm.
The owners of a beagle that has been missing from Guildford for nearly two months have offered a “substantial finder’s fee” for its safe return.
There have been no confirmed sightings of the 15-month-old beagle, named Brace, since it escaped from a dog sitting farm in Shamley Green on April 18, while its owner was on holiday. However, despite extensive searches, there are yet to be any confirmed sightings.
The dog is spayed and microchipped, but its owners and charity DogLost have issued a public appeal as they continue their search.
Brace’s owners, Sophie and John, said they have been searching tirelessly for their puppy, which is “easily identifiable” from other beagles.
They added: “We desperately want Brace home. With no confirmed sightings of her since the time we were told she was missing, it suggests she may have been found but kept which is classed at ‘theft by finding’.
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