Missing dog in Corinth Area

Hi,

Marley is a 13yr old white Husky-Shepard mix who ran away from goose green on July 3rd. She was wearing a red collar and may have been spotted near Eagle Hollow and rt 113 on a July 4th. She is a gentle and friendly dog, but probably shy and hard to catch. I am not sure if she has eaten during this time so we are starting to get very worried.

If anyone has seen her please email me at kapnek@yahoo.com.

Thank you for your help!
- Kimberly
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