JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) – A Jacksonville man desperate to find his missing dog is offering his pickup truck as a reward to whoever can reunite him with his beloved pet.
The Times-Union reports that in a plea plastered across several Facebook pages, James O’Sicky announced he’ll hand over the 2002 GMC pickup in exchange for the safe return of his 3-year-old pit bull-boxer mix, Buddy Boy.
O’Sicky acknowledges he can’t afford to part ways with the truck but said he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get Buddy Boy back.
He said Buddy Boy was nowhere to be found when he arrived at his home Wednesday afternoon.
Buddy Boy has a white bib and brindle coat and sometimes flashes an underbite.
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