Desperate to find their beloved Bella

Bella. Picture supplied

This 11-month-old beardie huntaway cross, named Bella, somehow got out of her box on a stock truck yesterday, and owners Kerry and Chantal Lane are desperate to be reunited with her.

Kerry works for Bay of Plenty-based livestock trucking company Heikell Transport and Bella is his stock dog.

Wearing a black leather collar with a chain and a green Western Bay of Plenty council registration tag, she is neutered and microchipped.

She is a long way from home after getting out of her dog box yesterday somewhere between Te Araroa Four Square and Waikohu Station, Hicks Bay.

Anyone who has information can call Chantal on 021 740 464.

“We appreciate you helping to find her . . . we are very distraught,” she said.

This 11-month-old beardie huntaway cross, named Bella, somehow got out of her box on a stock truck yesterday, and owners Kerry and Chantal Lane are desperate to be reunited with her.

Kerry works for Bay of Plenty-based livestock trucking company Heikell Transport and Bella is his stock dog.

Wearing a black leather collar with a chain and a green Western Bay of Plenty council registration tag, she is neutered and microchipped.

She is a long way from home after getting out of her dog box yesterday somewhere between Te Araroa Four Square and Waikohu Station, Hicks Bay.

Anyone who has information can call Chantal on 021 740 464.

“We appreciate you helping to find her . . . we are very distraught,” she said.

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