Collar taken off dog that was hit and killed on Pennington Road

To the Editor,Truly devastated.On Friday, November 2, at approximately 7:30 p.m. on Pennington Road, someone hit and killed instantly our chocolate Labrador “Chiana.” We are truly devastated in the loss of our family pet. The part that bothers us the most is, whoever hit her, took her bright pink collar with her name and our phone number on it, and so far has refused to call. We understand this was an accident, but why would you take her collar and not call us? Please return the collar. put it in the mailbox, throw it in the front yard, etc. No questions asked. We want the collar back, please.And if you are traveling on back roads, slow down! Normal back road speed would have prevented this tragedy!The Pilbeam FamilyTecumseh

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