Days ago, a young dog attending a pet adoption event at a PetSmart store in San Antonio, Texas, was stolen. According to KSAT News, the two-year-old Shih Tzu, named “Daisy,” was at the adoption event last weekend when she was allegedly stolen by two women who had expressed interest in adopting her.
The women had asked to hold the little dog and then walked into the store – supposedly to complete adoption paperwork. But Daisy was never returned and now the rescue agency caring for the dog is frantic to find the missing dog.
On July 1, Pause for Paws, Inc. reached out to Facebook followers with details about the incident:
PLEASE SHARE EVERYWHERE!!! STOLEN at 4:15PM today. Petsmart/281 Bitters. Belongs to Pause for Paws (Street Dog) Rescue.
Contact Sharal immediately at 210-378-5373 or me!!!!!!! She is on of OUR dogs. She is micro-chipped to Pause for Paws. Female Shih Tzu.
The rescue agency has stated that Daisy can be returned to any veterinarian or PetSmart (where her chip will reveal ownership information).
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