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Wes Houston family asks man who took dog to return it

Goldendoodle ‘Oliver’ managed to get out of family’s yard after final week’s storm broke latch to their gate

HOUSTON — A west Houston family is blaming final week’s sturdy winds for inflicting the gate to their yard to break, which allowed for his or her beloved dog to escape.

Their Goldendoodle made it to a fuel station throughout the road the place a man is seen on digital camera taking the dog and driving away.

“The wind actually made it burst” the dog’s proprietor, Augusto Guzman, explains from his yard. “Normally, he sits and plays here and Kate went inside her office, he came out but the wind ended up breaking the latch at the door.”

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They didn’t know it on the time, however Oliver, the family’s Goldendoodle managed to get out.

Someone passing on the sidewalk performed with him for a minute, then Oliver crossed the road, to the fuel station on the nook.

“That’s actually when this person saw him and then they took him,” Guzman stated.

The man goes into the fuel station, buys an merchandise, after which leaves.

“And then he actually started trying to get Oliver when he was parked there,” Guzman stated.

“He called Oliver, Oliver hesitated, but ended up jumping in the car,” Guzman stated. “And as soon as he got him, he got in the street and went west on Richmond.”

The white Ford Expedition the man was driving had paper plates.

Augusto says Oliver was sporting his dog tag, together with his title on the entrance and Augusto’s telephone quantity on the again.

The Guzman’s different dog, “Bella,” and the remainder of their family have been ready for the telephone to ring, hoping whoever has Oliver is on the opposite finish of the road.

Until then, they’ll simply preserve hoping.

“We’re offering a reward, no questions asked, we just want our baby back,” Guzman stated.

If you assume you could know the place the dog is positioned, Guzman asks that you simply name 832-429-5386. The Guzman’s are providing a $1,000 reward.

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