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Navy Veteran Loses Service Dog Needs Your Help Finding It

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SPOKANE, Wash. -   We got a call from a retired Navy veteran and breast cancer survivor.  Her name is Myz Heather and her service dog ran away on November 5.  She needs your help finding her dog. 

The dog is named "Joey and he ran away in Airway Heights off North Hayford Road. "Joey" is a Pomeranian and Chihuahua mix.  The dog is light brown with long hair arounf the ears and chin.  "Joey" was last seen wearing a pink vest, a red and white sweater, with a Service Animal vest on top.  Myz Heather has had the dog for almost 4 years and considers "Joey" her safety blanket. 

If you've seen "Joey" please call 509-413-1750.
    
  
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