Chihuahua Wiener Dog Mix Scared By Fireworks and Missing
By Gregory Samano
Hello, my name is Gregory Samano and I live in Clovis CA. On July 4th I lost my dog Maya. She is a small black and brown Chihuahua/Miniature dachshund mix. She was last seen off of Alluvial by Willow in Clovis, CA.
Maya is 3 years old and 9-12 pounds. We had her spayed at the Clovis Veterinarian Hospital. She is part Chihuahua and Miniature dachshund. Her colors consist of black and brown like a mini pinscher. She has not gotten out before but the fireworks really scared her and we haven't seen her since. We recently moved to Clovis last August.
| This photo is not very god but she is the black dog to the left.|
I am asking for everyone to help. My mom is really upset about this because this little dog is like a child to her and she is a very important part of our family. Since Maya has been gone we have not been happy. We miss her! Please help!
My phone number is 559-355-2175.
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Clovis is just east of Fresno, California.
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