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  • Writer's pictureJefferson Weaver

Reward Offered for Missing Companion Dog

A $2,000 reward is being offered for a missing German shepherd puppy.

Ace is eight months old. His owner, Tabitha Marshall, said Ace is a companion for Marshall’s non-verbal autistic son.

The dog disappeared in the Lebanon community. Marshall said she has searched Gore Trailer Road to ChairFactory and F.M. Stanley, but has found no sign of the wayward pup.

Ace and the family’s other dog, Chase, went out for a bathroom break Feb. 26. Marshall said she was attending to her children at the time, but the dogs were only unsupervised for a few minutes before they ran off.

“I usually go out with them but I was trying to multitask and care for the boys at the same time,” she said. Chase came home, but Ace is still missing.

The male German shepherd is wearing an orange Carhartt collar. She said he a very loving, gentle dog.

“He likes to sit on the swing and makes a bed of the couch,” she said. “He is so gentle, so please don't raise a voice or a hand to him. He loves to sleep with a baby blanket and rattle, and he doesn’t tear up a thing.”

Animal Protective Services has been contacted, Marshall said, and she sis having flyers made up to distribute throughout the area. Friends, family and fans of Ace have been spreading the word via social media.

She even goes into the woods at night with a spotlight, calling and searching for the missing pup.

"I have some understanding neighbors," she said. "They have been trying to help, too."

Marshall said she doesn’t know if Ace was stolen or picked up by someone who thought he was lost. She is offering a $2,000 reward for his safe return, no questions asked.

“If you find it in your heart to return him you can drop him off no questions asked at 3122 Lebanon Church Road,” she said in a social media post.

Anyone with information about then missing dog is asked to call 910.207.2877.

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