Port Kennedy family pleads for help to find missing dog

Jax with his sister, Kenzie Griffiths.
Jax with his sister, Kenzie Griffiths.

A PORT Kennedy family is desperately searching for its beloved dog Jax, whom they fear may have been stolen.

Owner Katelyn Griffiths said it had been a week since he went missing at 8.30am on Tuesday, October 17.

“He went missing in the morning from his home on Ginger Court in Port Kennedy,” she said.

“We know he jumped the fence and escaped that way but have not seen him since.

“He is de-sexed and micro-chipped.

“His name is Jax and he is a staffy cross ridgeback.”

Ms Griffiths said Jax was an older puppy the family was crazy about.

“He is only two years old and has a one-year-old human sister who is missing him to death,” she said.

“They have been really close since we brought our daughter home from hospital.

“I have posted all other Facebook pages and checked the local buy and sell pages, on the lost and found pages and multiple shares from my posts.

“Not one person has come forward yet that has seen him.

“I have also called around at all the vets around and the pounds with no luck at all.

“We are all starting to worry that he has been stolen.

“We just want our dog home with us.”

If you have seen Jax contact the Weekend Courier.

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