Sunday, June 16, 2013

Iraq Veteran still searching for missing PTSD service dog

An Iraq War veteran who suffers from PTSD is getting some help in the search to find his missing dog
Heather Crawford
Jun 13, 2013

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- He served our country and helped fight for freedom, and that's why a small non-profit based in New York that helps pair veterans suffering from PTSD with therapy dogs said it is offering a big reward to help find a missing Jacksonville veteran's dog.

We first told you about Sgt. Kenneth Chambers desperate search to find his dog last Fall, and despite nearly 10 months having passed since she vanished the effort to find her is gaining steam.

"That's my little girl and she belongs with me. Safe and sound at my side. Anything less I will not settle for that," said Chambers.

Not a day goes by that Sgt. Kenneth Chambers doesn't hand out a flyer with a picture of his missing Shepard-Blue Heeler mix named Adalida. Her picture is plastered to the back of his truck.

"She was stolen August 22 at 103rd and Blanding Blvd. at the Sav-a-Lot food store," said Chambers.

He said he left her in the car with the window's rolled down while he ran inside for about five minutes to help his mother bag groceries. When he came back she was gone, along with a piece of his heart.
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