MUSKEGON, MICH. - Police in Muskegon are asking for your help to find a missing service dog.
"Dugan" is a registered service dog for Tyler Gale. 11-year-old Tyler has autism and is very attached to him.
Police say Dugan was last seen around 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 3 at the Gale home. The family lives near the intersection of S. Gettty Street and E. Laketon Avenue.
Tyler went inside to use the bathroom, he left Dugan in the driveway to the home.
"Dugan was placed in the sit position to stay," said Joni Gale, Tyler's mother. "When they came back out within five-minutes Dugan was gone."
Dugan is a reddish-brown Pitbull-Mastiff mix. He has a white spot on his chest and white on his paws.
Dugan is obviously blind in his right eye. He was last seen wearing a blue service dog vest.
"The vest was blue and it states Tyler's service dog," Gale said.
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