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Snowshoers lose family hound near Sherman Pass

Rebel, a friendly male blue tick coonhound, was lost Jan. 22, 2012, while its owners were snowshoeing near Sherman Passs. He was wearing an orange collar. Owner:  Mariann Crooks,   email: Mendenhall_mini_farm@yahoo.com (Courtesy photo)
Rebel, a friendly male blue tick coonhound, was lost Jan. 22, 2012, while its owners were snowshoeing near Sherman Passs. He was wearing an orange collar. Owner: Mariann Crooks, email: Mendenhall_mini_farm@yahoo.com (Courtesy photo)

MISSING PETS -- During a snowshoe hike on Sunday (Jan. 22), a seven month  old male Bluetick Coonhound who answers to the name Rebel was lost in the vicinity of Columbia Mountain near Sherman Pass in Colville National Forest in northeast Washington.  

Anyone living in the area or out playing in the backcountry in the vicinity of Sherman Pass, please keep your eye out for him!

His owners say Rebel is super friendly and should approach anyone that calls him. 

Last seen, he was wearing an orange collar, a red head halter and a small blue pack. 

The dog has tags on to identify where he belongs. 

His owners are very worried for him. If found, please contact Mariann at (509) 496-9370 (cell) or via email at mendenhall_mini_farm@yahoo.com   

Thanks!




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