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Pet owner calls for help tracking down missing dog
A desperate pet owner has called for help in tracking down her beloved dog which went missing at the weekend.
Clíona O'Neill’s pet dog Tate went missing from the garden of her home in Finsbury Park on Saturday August 18.
Tate is a small white Terrier Cross, with a brown ear and nose, and is described by his owner as partially albino and is very distinctive looking.
Ms O’Neill, who lives in Thanes Villas, rescued Tate just over a year and a half ago and says he is a nervous and poorly dog needing regular treatment for a long suffering injury.
She said: “He means the world to me and my heart is broken without him. I am out of my mind with worry and I just want him back.”
He has been micro-chipped, so anyone who finds him will be able to take him to a vet where his details can be checked.
A reward has been offered for Tate’s safe return and anyone who has seen him can call 07511562118.
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