Texas couple offers $1K reward for missing dog in Kansas accident

OSBORNE COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) - A Texas couple is searching for their dog who went missing after a rollover crash in Osborne County September 27th.

The couple is offering a $1,000 reward for anyone who can find their dog.

Judy and Don Pullen were on a month long trip, traveling to various national parks for Don’s birthday with their three-year-old dog, Sable.

“Sable is a mixed miniature pinscher/Pomeranian,” owners Don and Judy Pullen said. “She is such a precious little girl and so loving.”

They were returning back home to Texas on Highway 281, just nine miles south of Osborne - when a semi clipped them, causing them to rollover into the ditch.
Don said it was a hit and run.

“When we finally stopped rolling, we were laying on the driver side, and I immediately thanked God that we were not injured at all,” Don said.

The couple’s relief over surviving the crash quickly turned to heartbreak over the loss of their dog.

“While we rolled over, the window blew out, and I’m thinking Sable was probably ejected at that point,” he said.

“It breaks my heart she’s out there by herself,” Judy said. “There are coyotes in the area. We are concerned for her safety.”

Judy said it’s like losing a child.

A furry child who they say rescued them, and now it’s time to rescue her.

“It’s a miracle we walked away with no injuries,” she said. “So we just ask for one more little miracle, and that is to bring our sweet little Sable home.”

Sable is 19 pounds and was last seen running down the highway with a pink collar on.

If you or anyone you know has seen her, you can call the sheriff’s office at 785-346-2001.

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