Houston, Texas – A Texas couple is desperate to find their dog, who vanished while in the care of a Rover pet sitter. As reported by Fox 26 News, on June 1 Fabiana and Andrea left their seven-year-old German shepherd, Argo, with a Rover pet sitter while they traveled internationally after getting married.
When they returned, they had a voicemail message from the man who was caring for Argo; the pet sitter said that Argo jumped through a window and escaped. Fabiana tells the news agency what the man told them.
“He woke up that morning, went downstairs, and found a broken window,”
The couple went to the pet sitter’s home, searching for answers, but they claim the man has “ghosted them,” since Argo vanished. Rover.com is offering a $500 reward for the dog’s safe return, and the company has been sending alerts and paying for lost dog flyers.
People have shared the story on social media, hoping that someone will recognize Argo and help get him back to his worried owners.
The couple has called area shelters and veterinary clinics, but their efforts have been fruitless. Argo requires medication for epilepsy – without his medicine he will have seizures.
If you have spotted Argo, or if you have any information about his whereabouts, please call (979) 739-6573.
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