All he wants for Christmas is his dog UPDATE | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, December 24, 2016

All he wants for Christmas is his dog UPDATE

Posted By on Sat, Dec 24, 2016 at 8:49 AM

click to enlarge MISSING: Gary Adams hopes for return of his hunting companion, Blitz. - KATV
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  • MISSING: Gary Adams hopes for return of his hunting companion, Blitz.
Sad story on KATV about a man named Gary Adams, robbed of his F-150 pickup when he went to pay for gas Thursday at a Shell station n Crystal Hill Road in North Little Rock. Inside the truck was his 9-year-old Lab, Blitz.

"If you just give me my dog back, you can keep the truck...I would love to have my dog back, because I miss my dog, I worry about that dog,” said Adams. “I really would like to have my dog back because I was going to go duck hunting again Monday morning and that's what we usually do together."

UPDATE: KATV reports both the dog and truck were found.  In a photo posted on Instagram it was described as best Christmas gift ever. The faithful dog was found abandoned on woods, with Blitz apparently waiting patiently for his master's return.


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