A Lubbock dog owner is asking for your help. She's searching for a dog that rescuers saved, from what the Human Society of West Texas describes as a puppy mill, earlier this year.
The new owner tells us the mature Black Lab disappeared from the area of 50th and Indiana last month. She says the dog endured many medical challenges in the weeks following her rescue, and may require medical attention now. Therefore, she is offering a reward, no questions asked.
You may recall, NewsChannel 11 told you about Faith's rescue back in May. She was among eleven dogs Hockley County Sheriff's Deputies removed from a property between Lubbock and Levelland.
Faith was last seen wearing a collar, but the owner says it could have fallen off since then. She was also implanted with a micro-chip, which can be read by most vets and Lubbock Animal Services free of charge.
If you can help locate Faith, please call (806) 781-3996.