Local

Pair of Huskies missing, feared stolen

Pair of Huskies missing, feared stolen

Rob Selkow Reporting
rselkow@clarksvillenow.com

Tennessee Ridge, Tenn. – A Houston County family is desperately trying to find a pair of pet Huskies that have been missing since Saturday, December 21.

Owner Meleia Wilson says it is uncharacteristic for the dogs, named Apache and Mishka to be gone for such an extended period and she fears they may have been stolen.

Both dogs have contact information on their collars and they are friendly. Wilson thinks they may have been scared off and are possibly disoriented from the weekend storm. They were last seen Saturday at 1:00pm at their home on Waverly Rd in Tennessee Ridge,

Anyone with information on these dogs is asked to call (931) 209-1256. This is a Houston County number so you may have to dial 1 + the area code to connect.

WordPress-FeatureImage-huskies-mishkaApache is a male(shown in top photo), Mishka is a smaller female(above).

Please help this family get their dogs back. A reward is being offered.

Recent Headlines

Fresh
WordPress-FeatureImage-MATT-HEISER

48 minutes ago in News

Clarksville runner returns to Boston for marathon

“Boston is the safest place in the country right now” – Matt Heiser

new-home

yesterday in Military, News

Clarksville soldier receives new home

U.S. Staff Sgt. Adam Montavon and his wife received a mortgage-free home Saturday in Clarksville

heath-calhoun-1

yesterday in News

Paralympics medalist Heath Calhoun welcomed home

PHOTOS: Welcome Home Ride & celebration for Paralympics Silver Medalist SSG R Heath Calhoun