Pet Patrol

Pet Patrol: Help Bring Ripley the Bernese Mountain Dog Home

Ripley the Bernese Mountain Dog is still missing. There is a $4,000 cash reward offered for her return.

Ripley, a female Bernese Mountain Dog, was lost on June 29th, 2019 when her family was camping on Lincoln Creek Rd on Independence Pass (Hwy 82) just outside of Aspen, Colorado. She pulled out of her collar so she doesn’t have any tags on her but she is microchipped.

On July 3rd, they received a sighting of a man holding onto a Bernese mountain dog trying to hitchhike a few miles away from our campsite.

They have not been able to get a photo of the hitchhiker to 100% confirm it is Ripley but the sightings do confirm a man with a Berner hitchhiking all over Colorado, New Mexico, and Las Vegas, Nevada.

More updates can be found on the Bring Ripley Home Facebook page.

If seen, please call or text (937) 559-3259 immediately. Thank you!

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Terry West

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