UPDATE February 10, 11:10 pm. A $500 reward is being offered for Gemma’s return. Several people in the area have spotted her, so it’s hoped she’s missing rather than stolen.
A special needs dog is missing in upstate South Carolina, and your help is needed in finding her, Facebook: SNARR Animal Rescue Northeast reported on a February 10 post. The rescue reached out to Greenville Dog Examiner to spread the word and help get this sweet baby home.
Gemma is a SNARR Northeast dog who was rescued from Orangeburg back in October 2014 when her original rescue backed out. She slipped her collar or was taken approximately 2 p.m. today from the Heathwood neighborhood in Easley.
Gemma is sight impaired and is also diabetic, so getting her back home is urgent. She can be a little skittish but Gemma is a very friendly dog; and she is more nervous around dogs than humans. Gemma is not wearing a collar but is micro-chipped.
Please email Courtney@snarrnortheast.org or text/call (864) 993-7893 anytime of the day or night, should she be found.
SNARR Animal Rescue Northeast is asking for this article to be shared, especially with those in the Easley, South Carolina area.