Owners offer reward as desperate search for dogs continues
SHANNON Cronin and her partner Teo Sosnowski never thought a casual walk around their property would lead to losing two loved ones from their family.
Now almost a month since the couple's two dogs , Flint, a one-year-old huksy, and Winter or 'Winnie', a six-month border collie, went missing, the pair are offering a $2000 reward for their safe return.
On Thursday, June 6 at 12pm the young couple set off on a walk at Shannon's mother's 100ha property, near the Kingaroy Waste and Recycling Facility and let their dogs off the lead.
Without realising, this would be the last time Shannon and Teo would see Flint and Winnie.
After thoroughly searching the property, the couple were left bewildered as to where the dogs had gone.
Shannon said nobody has seen anything, apart from a a few false sightings which happened to be other dogs.
The couple had only moved to the area in May from Melbourne and were concerned for the dogs to be out on their own.
At nearly 12-weeks pregnant, Shannon is now offering a $2,000 reward for their safe return.
"We just want out dogs home,” Shannon said.
"If someone has had them for this whole time and hands them back now, no questions.”
"We just want our family back together again,” she said.
Both dogs are micro chipped and are described as friendly-natured puppies.
If you have any information about the missing dogs, call or message Shannon on 0468 881 601.