Family searches for missing pet

$1,000 reward put up for Buck, missing in the Evans Road area of Oyama

This black lab named Buck has been missing from Evans Road in Oyama for five days.

An Oyama family has put up a $1,000 reward as it looks for its missing dog, Buck.

The black lab has been missing since Jan. 19 from Evans Road in Oyama. It is described as friendly but may be stand-off-ish with men, wearing a blue collar with no tags.

He does have a chip so can be returned to local vets and identified.

If you have information call or text Cody at 250-718-9688.

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