LODI -- Debbie Henry was having a yard sale on Saturday at her home on South Lee Avenue, but she was horrified to find that someone may have stolen her dog.
“I can’t believe they did that,” Henry said as she cried about her dog’s disappearance. “She was so good. I just want her back. My grandkids miss her so much.”
In fact, her special-needs grandson has bonded so much with the family dog, named Chloe, that he reads to her, Henry said.
Henry loves her dog so much that she is willing to give a reward for her dog’s return. Chloe is a female Yorkshire terrier-Maltese mix with long, gray hair. Chloe’s disappearance has been reported to the Lodi Police Department and the city’s animal shelter.
Police Sgt. Mike Oden said that dogs occasionally get stolen, but not that often.
Anyone who finds Chloe may call Henry at 209-371-9618.
Contact reporter Ross Farrow at firstname.lastname@example.org.