San Antonio family offers $2K reward for return of missing service dog


In San Antonio, Texas, a family is asking for the public’s help finding their missing service dog. Golani, a white bull terrier went missing on Wednesday off Highway 281 and Jones Maltsberger. The dog was reportedly spotted near the airport in San Antonio.

“Hello good souls,

We’ve our beloved son is gone and we don’t know where he is, we can’t sleep or eat all we do is hitting the streets until we find him!!

Please if anyone seen this dog anywhere or heard something about it we will greatly appreciate the help, G-d bless!

Ps – He was last seen by the airport in San Antonio Texas,” Roy Biton posted on his Facebook page.


According to Melissa Cox and Roi Biton, the family had been driving when they stopped along an empty lot to let Golani and their other dog out to relieve themselves, however Golani did not return.

Lost dog report here.

The family has offered a $2,000 reward for his return. Anyone with information is asked to contact the family at 210.383.2404.

More information:

DETAILS:

Breed: Bull Terrier
Color: White

Height: Large: Over 2′
Weight: Over 50 lbs
Hair Length: Short
Coat Type: Smooth


Age: 4
Collar: None
M/F: Male

Location: U.S. 281, Uptown, San Antonio, empty lot south of security service bank, TX 78216



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