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Allagash family offers $1,000 reward for return of missing dog

Courtesy of Brittany Lane
Courtesy of Brittany Lane
Gus has been missing from his Allagash home since Sunday, Oct. 7. His family is offering a $1,000 reward for his safe return.

ALLAGASH, Maine — An Allagash family whose dog went missing on Sunday is offering a reward of $1,000 to anyone who returns the pet or $500 for information that might help locate him.

Gus Lane, a 7-year-old English Walker bear hound went missing from his family home near Dickey Lane in Allagash somewhere between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7, according to his owner, Brittany Lane.

“My husband, kids and I are very upset with his disappearance and really want to know what happened,” Lane said. “We got him when he was 11 months old and, yes, he is a bear dog that is used for our business [Allagash Guide Service], but he is very much considered part of our family.”

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