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Australian shepherd lost, scared by fireworks

Fireworks caused an Australian shepherd mixed dog to run away from Lincoln Landing in the 2200 block of 76th Avenue S.E. on the Fourth of July. - Contributed Photo
Fireworks caused an Australian shepherd mixed dog to run away from Lincoln Landing in the 2200 block of 76th Avenue S.E. on the Fourth of July.
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Fourth of July fireworks caused an Australian shepherd mixed dog to run away from Lincoln Landing in the 2200 block of 76th Avenue S.E. at 3 p.m. on July 4. The 6-year-old dog, “Kerie,” weighs 45 pounds and is microchipped.

The dog belongs to Claudia Ebling, who teaches elementary art classes at Northwest Art Center and brings Kerie to class as an art subject. Anyone with information about the dog may contact Ebling at (206) 443-1916.

Classified notices in the Reporter for lost pets may be placed by calling (800) 388-2527.

 

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