Fresh appeal for missing dog

Shep, who has gone missing from his family home in Dregish, is a lovely large black and white dog, with a black spot between his eyes. He also wears a silver chain for a collar. Any information on his whereabouts would be much-appreciated.

AN OMAGH student has issued a fresh appeal for information concerning the whereabouts of his dog who has been missing for just under a month.

Oisin McMenamin from Dregish last saw his five-year-old Border Collie dog, named Shep, on Monday, March 12 at his family home before he left for school.


Since then, the large black and white dog – who often helped the family with work on their farm – has not returned, and the Sacred Heart pupil says that he is ‘heartbroken’.

“I’ve had no luck in finding my dog,” Oisin said. “I’m completely heartbroken. This is my last real push to see if I can get him back.”

If you have spotted Shep, or have any information on his whereabouts, please give Oisin a call on 07729821027. A reward will be given when found.


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