A south Armagh family have appealed for help to find one of their much-loved dogs.
Two dogs went missing this afternoon from the family home at Clady Road, Newtownhamilton.
One remains missing.
She has not been seen since around 2pm today (Thursday).
And the family are desperate for anyone who can help locate them to get in touch.
Owner Jade Marno said: “They are my life. We are distraught.
“We have found Freya but can’t find Sasha – a Husky cross.
“We have been looking all day but still no luck.
“She is two-and-a-half years old. She has a collar and is chipped.
“They have never done it before and we’ve had them from they were pups.”
The dogs had dug a hole under the fence.
“Sasha could be anywhere – Clady, Newtown, Glenanne. If anyone sees her please get in touch,” added Jade.
If anyone knows where Sasha is now, please contact Jade on 078 4534 3009.
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