Owners Still Looking For Leads on Lost Pup


Owners in Barrie are still on the hunt for any sign of their dog Buddy who went missing over two months ago.

Buddy is a Shiba Inu, known to be a hunting dog. His leash slipped from his owners hands on August 15, 2018 and he has not be seen since. His owners are worried he could be anywhere from Barrie to Keswick, or even as far as Muskoka. He was last seen wearing the harness in the photo below.

“Buddy is approximately 27 pounds and about the size of a fox. He even looks like a fox or baby red coloured husky.”

Over 1000 members have now joined the Bring Buddy Home Facebook page to share information and possible leads about his whereabouts.

Buddy’s owners describe him as skittish. They had to work for quite some time to get him to warm up to just the two of them. They are very worried about him and are desperate to get him home. They have now upped the reward to $3600 for his safe return, with no questions asked.

If anyone has information that can help bring Buddy home they are asked to contact the owners at 705-500-4417 or on Bring Buddy Home.