Chesty, a 21-month-old rat terrier and a chug, a chihuahua/pug mix, has been missing since November.
Chesty, a 21-month-old rat terrier chihuahua/pug mix, went missing from a Warminster residence in November. And the owner, John O'Donnell, said he is now focused on searching for his missing pet in Northampton Township. He is offering a $100 reward for the safe return of his dog. O'Donnell posted the following comment today on the original Patch story about Chesty: "We continue to look for Chesty. We have moved the search in to Richboro and Churchville as we have received reports that Chesty was sighted in those areas. It has been a little over 2 months and we continue to miss Chesty. Again, thank you to all who also continue to look for him." Related Links:
The O'Donnell family has been looking for Chesty, a rat terrier/beagle mix, since Nov. 16, when he got loose in the Mearns/Bristol neighborhood.
It's been two-and-a-half weeks since Chesty got loose from the O'Donnell's backyard, and the Warminster family sorely misses their beloved dog. "I call for him every night," said John O'Donnell. "We've got two other dogs, a 7-year-old rat terrier and a chug, a chihuahua/pug mix. They want him back home." The public was first made aware that Chesty, a rat terrier/beagle mix, had gone missing from a blog posted by Mary Alice Brancato on Nov. 19. Readers voiced their support to the family in the comments, and a few claimed to catch a glimpse of Chesty in a few different spots. The tips did not result in the return of Chesty, unfortunately. O'Donnell has also sent out notices through his various e-mail networks, posted a message on Craigslist…