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    Unhappy Lost Staffy, Woonona NSW

    Murphy, a brindle staffy with a white chest went missing or was taken from Woonona. Murphy is a 3.5 year old desexed and microchipped friendly guy whose absence has left us devastated.

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    Hope you find your boy soon, agree with Clea, check the pounds in your area, and make sure the microchip details are up to date. Please keep us updated, we will all be hoping for good news about Murphy!

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    I hope your boy is returned home safe sound very soon..

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    Sorry to hear he is missing Did he excape from your yard? Lots of posters and door knocking

    Good luck

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    sorry just re read that he may have been taken

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    Talk to your local pound, vet and council.
    At least he has a microchip and he's desexed. You seem responsible enough
    I really hope you find Murphy
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    Thank you everyone, I am touched by your well wishes. Its hard to believe this is my brothers dog - both my parents and myself love him to bits even though they live an hour away and we don't see them as much as we would like. Murph (aka Houdini) was jumping 6ft fences at an early age and even desexing did not stop his dare devil antics but this boy has the heart of a lion. We are leaning towards him being stolen only because he was on a dog run in the back yard and the single latch carabine, chain and dog were missing. The hardest part is knowing no matter where he is (even with a great loving family) he would suffer terrible anxiety being seperated from his Dad. We have contacted the local RSPCA, put up heaps of posters, listed him on almost every possible website and brother is back and forth to all the pounds and vets to no avail. Tonight is night 7, I remain hopeful but its fading....

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    oh gosh, sending hugs to you and your family and to murph...i hope hes safe and warm and on his way back to you
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    Oh I know what its like to own a Houdini.
    My little Terrier was a chronic escaper when he was younger.
    As I said, your brother really should speak to your council and vet aswell.
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