Couple puts wedding on hold to search for lost dog

Couple delays wedding to search for lost dog

A devoted couple has put the brakes on their wedding plans in order to search for a beloved dog who is missing. According to Monday’s SF Gate, Trendee King and her fiancé James Galley, are desperate to find Theo, who disappeared from a pet sitter’s care on February 13.

The Brussels Griffon was left with a pet sitter (for the first time ever) while King went dress hunting and her groom-to-be was working. Somehow the dog managed to slip out of a door and escape near Blossom Hill Rd. and Almaden Rd. in San Jose, California.

Since Theo’s disappearance, the couple has plastered the area with hundreds of lost dog fliers and there is a $3500 reward offered for his safe return. In the midst of the desperate search to bring Theo home, their wedding plans have been put on hold – right now, the focus is solely on finding the couple’s missing companion. King told SF Gate, “We miss our dog. We miss our baby. He’s our child. He’s our family. We’re not going to be able to ever stop until we find him.”

Have you seen Theo? If so, please let his worried owners know by sending a text or calling 310-663-2652.

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12 replies
  1. Nancy Raymond says:

    Trendee King & James Galley – I commend you both for putting your wedding on hold until Theo is found. That is a prime example of true love for this little dog and I sincerely hope he is located and returned. I know you have done your best to find him, please consider contacting the media because putting off your wedding is a great story and would reach more people who can help. Wish you the very best.

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  2. Sherry says:

    It’s nice to hear about people loving their pets so much rather than people abusing them. But, I’m so sorry Theo is lost. I pray that he is safe and will be swiftly found. That couple is in a lot of pain and I’m praying for all of them

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  3. Cynthia Johnson says:

    I read somewhere in California they have a blood hound program that helps locate list animals. I don’t know the name of the place but I heard they have a great success rate in finding your dogs even dogs who have been missing for a few weeks. Good luck I really hope you find your beloved fur baby.

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  4. Kathleen Drude says:

    I feel for this couple! The pet sitter would be on my list of people to deal with later! How could this thing be so careless with someone’s little one! I hope for this couples sake there is a happy ending to this story! On your baby I bestow kisses and my protection!

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