A blood hound and canine search team came out to help a Langley woman search for her missing blind dog last seen near Derby Reach early Sunday morning.

HELP NEEDED: Canine search team hunts for missing blind Langley dog

A Fort Langley businesswoman holds out hope someone saw her beloved Puddles. The dog went missing Sunday morning near Derby Reach.

  • Aug. 22, 2016 6:00 p.m.

A Fort Langley businesswoman has lost her beloved pup and is calling on the public’s help to find him.

“Please, please share and help me find him,” pleaded Jasmine Marjanovic, owner of Cranberries Naturally.

“This is my sweet little Puddles and he’s gone missing.”

Last seen at approximately 8 a.m. on Sunday, in the 101st Avenue and 208th Street area by Derby Reach, Puddles is totally blind and on medication that he has to have everyday.

“My heart is so broken right not, that I can hardly breath,” she said.

Marjanovic even called in search hounds to help find Puddles Monday, but after four hours of searching they “came up with nothing.”

The search team described it as “strange” that they couldn’t find any trace, Marjanovic noted.

“It’s like he vanished.”

She speculates one of two things. A coyote took Puddles, or someone picked him up.

“I am sick to my entire being and have to keep hoping that in the course of the next week or so, I will get a call that he is okay. If not, it is in horror that I sit.”

Anyone with possible information on Puddles whereabouts can respond through the Langley Advance Facebook messaging or call the Advance office during business hours.

For those wanting to do more to help, share the Facebook post with anyone and everyone in the area that they think could have possibly seen Puddles.

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