The reward has been increased to $5,000 but still there is no positive news of Harry, the beloved Golden Retriever who has been missing without trace from his home near Jindabyne.
His owners, Kai Kalda and Phillip Ingram, are convinced he has been dognapped, and their pets’ detective agency - Petsearch - agree.
Unfortunately, they think it is all too common, despite it carrying a maximum penalty of one year in prison. But Harry, a dog with epilepsy, has been missing now for well over two months and there have been no reported sightings despite an intense local publicity campaign.
There have been letter box drops and posters distributed in Jindabyne, Berridale and Cooma. But so far - nothing.
The reward was originally $2,000 but it has been increased to $5,000.
“During the search I have spoken to so many people who have been in tears when they heard Harry’s story, because they can imagine what it would be like if they lost their much loved pet,” Ms Kalda said.
“It seems, in today’s society, there is an almost universal embarrassment about discussing the deep feelings of love we feel for our pets, as if people think you are odd.
“We are continuing the search. We have increased the reward to $5,000 and are determined to find him and will not stop until we do.”