$3,000 reward offered for missing South Seaville NJ dog

A Cape May dog ​​owner is doing what she can to get her missing dog back.

Saxson is a Rottweiller – 130 pounds – and has been missing since July 22.

He was last seen around 9 p.m. on the 22nd near Gracetown Road. He wore a light blue collar.

The owner is offering a $3,000 reward for Saxson’s return.

According to Saxon’s owner, Ella, Saxon went out to pee when neighbors set off fireworks, and Saxson probably ran away scared, as he is frightened by loud noises.

His owners were looking for him daily, calling shelters, etc., but there were no reports of Sexon. She says: “He is friendly and well mannered. It’s strange that such a big dog is not seen by anyone. If anyone approached him, he would be friendly. He has a Rottweiler twin sister named Berlin, she is devastated. They have been together since birth. I can’t explain how much we miss him.”

If you see Saxon, you are encouraged to call 609-741-1080. “We’re offering a big reward to make sure we can bring Berlin’s brother Saxon back with her and her family.

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