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Photo courtesy of Ramiro Fúnez
Photo courtesy of Ramiro Fúnez
This Siberian Husky was last seen in the Jamaica/Hillcrest section of Queens on August 8.

A Queens man is offering a $1,000 reward for his missing 4-year-old Siberian Husky.

The dog, Rocky,  is described as medium-sized, 45 to 50 pounds with light brown eyes and is very friendly and energetic. He was not wearing a collar when he went missing and is not micro-chipped.

Rocky’s owner last saw him on Wednesday, August 8 at 167th Street and 81st Avenue very close to the St. John’s University campus in the Jamaica/Hillcrest section of Queens when he ran off while they were taking a walk.

The same day, someone spotted Rocky near the corner of 164th Street and Union Turnpike.

If you find Rocky, please call Vicky and Ramon at:
347-610-7011
347-351-0026
347-450-8127

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