Appeal launched for dog missing from Harlesden
- Credit: Archant
A substantial reward is being offered for the return of a much loved dog missing from Harlesden.
Pepper, a young black Kerry Blue Terrier, vanished after being tied outside Barclays Bank in Scrubs Lane at around 10.30am on Friday morning.
Her owner, Paul Downing of All Souls Avenue, said: “She means absolutely everything to our family and we are so desperate to know she is safe and to get her back home with us.”
Pepper was wearing a blue collar and is micro-chipped.
Mr Downing is appealing for anyone with information to call him on
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