Cleveland child is ‘heartbroken’ after emotional support dog goes missing

Owners of lost dog hope the public will help them reunite their child, who has autism, with their dog, Summer.

Cleveland child is ‘heartbroken’ after emotional support dog goes missing
A child is heartbroken after her emotional support dog, Summer, went missing from her East Side home on November 19. (Source: PawBoost.com)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - A local family is asking for help finding their child’s emotional support dog that went missing Thursday near the intersection of Buckeye and Woodhill roads.

Summer, a 10-pound mix with black and brown markings, wiggled out of a cracked window overnight, according to an appeal posted on Pawboost.com.

The owner wrote that their child, who has autism, is currently heartbroken at the loss of Summer.

Summer is not wearing a collar but is micro-chipped.

Click here to see the post and contact the family.

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