A dog was adopted in 2018 from the Norfolk Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Virginina. Now, the dog has gone missing and the organization is asking the public for help regarding the matter.
– A dog was adopted two years ago from Norfolk SPCA.
– The dog has thyroid and is dependent on medication.
– The dog went missing and is very friendly so it is possible that…
The dog is seven years old and is a female Foxhound named Korra. The dog went missing on June 22. The family really hopes to get the doggo back because it is on thyroid medication and is very dependent on it.
According to the family, the dog was in an enclosed yard but was still able to escape. The dog is microchipped. The dog is also very friendly and knows basic commands so it might have gone with someone else immediately.
The Norfolk SPCA is now offering a reward for the return of Korra to her family. Any informant as to the whereabouts of Korra leading to its recovery may also come forward. Korra can be returned to the SPCA any time between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. An arrangement with an SPCA staff can also be scheduled if the dog will be picked up from a home.
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