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Washington DC Woman Spends $35000 To Search For Lost Dog

19 Nov 2014 | by Neha Manchanda | Posted in: Wag News

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Its been more than a year that Havoc went missing but that has not deterred the spirit of his parent Janet Mihalyfi to find him.

It's been over a year that Havoc, a 5 year old black brown Labrador / Rottweiler mix, went missing from a run that he had gone for along with Janet and his canine sister Raze. After the run, Janet let off the leash so that the dogs could have water from a nearby reservoir. To the reservoir, a few deer came by and the dogs ran after them, Raze came back Havoc did not.

In the past year, Janet has spent a whopping $35,000 in her efforts to find Havoc which include blanketing neighbourhoods with signs, hiring 4 psychics and private eye dog investigators. Janet works as a Information Technology Director at a Consulting Firm and even though her measures may seem extreme to some, Janet has a logical reasoning behind her efforts and the fact that she has not given up yet - “I love him. Who would give up their dog? People spend their money in all kinds of ways, I cannot think of spending it in a better way than to get my family member back”. Janet has paid for cameras, trackers, signs and staple guns. She has also been putting out dog food, hot dogs and beef at places where Havoc was reportedly spotted.

Havoc has his own web page - Bringhavochome.com with a hope that someone, somewhere will be able to reunite Havoc and Janet.

Note: We hope and pray that Janet succeeds in her search for Havoc and the family is happily reunited. To our wonderful readers, we would like to mention that they can keep their pooches safe from wandering away or getting lost by registering for Wag Tag - a unique tag that allocates a unique ID to each pooch. Follow our website for more details.

Source: Washington Post

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