Max, a six-month-old Chihuahua, was last seen on Thursday (April 25)
A broken-hearted family from Helsby are urging people to keep an eye open for their missing puppy.
Max, a six-month-old Chihuahua, has been missing from his home since last Thursday (April 25).
The young pup ran off and was last seen on Robin Hood Lane.
Max’s owner, Shaun Wilson, thanked locals for their help with the search so far.
He said: “There are a 3, 4, 6 and 9-year-old who are missing him deeply, this is causing our family so much heartache and worry.
“I really, really hope that there will be someone out there who can let us know something that leads to Max being brought back home where he belongs.
“Many thanks to all of the people who are involved in the searching for Max, it is very kind and thoughtful and we really do appreciate all the help we can get.”
Shaun asks that anyone who spots Max doesn’t chase him, as he may be scared.
Max is a blue/grey Chihuahua with white on his chest.
He is microchipped, wearing a collar and has an ID tag.
If you have any information on Max’s whereabouts you can get in touch with his owners on 07801304851 or 07748171515
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