Reward for safe return of missing Nailsea husky dogs
By Carol_Deacon | Sunday, January 27, 2013, 11:52
A dog owner is frantically looking for her two 15-month-old huskies which went missing in Nailsea early on Sunday morning.
Husky Siberians brothers called Bear and Bohdie went missing from Nailsea early on Sunday morning
The black and whlte Husky Siberian dogs are brothers called Bear and Bohdie and were last seen in Queen's Road at 6am.
Bear has a predominantly black face, black ears inside, blue eyes and a splash of white above each eye with a thin white line between.
Bohdie has a predominantly white face, white ears inside, blue eyes and a large splash of white above each eye with a thicker white line between the eyes.
Both are long haired and likely to be together.
Owner Claire Pegg is asking people to keep a lookout for her pets.
The dogs have not been stolen but 'escaped' from their home.
Claire and her husband Tim and their two children live at Whitesfield Road.
The dogs are said to be 'very friendly'.
There is a rewards for the safe return of the dogs.
Call 0775 750 1884 or 0753 055 0071 with any sightings or information.
UPDATE: Late Sunday afternoon dogs found safe and sound at Backwell Common - thank you everyone who searched