Tank, Missing Puppy With 20k Followers Needs Your Help

A $5k reward to whoever can return Tank to his home in Ontario, Canada

By Justyne Yuen-Lee
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On July 27th, four-month-old Tank was stolen during a break and enter in Kitchener, Ontario. Tank’s human, George Wang, believes that the culprit or culprits accessed the house through a window or the balcony. They were able to do so in a high visibility area during the day. Although Wang filed a report, they believe that the individuals who have Tank may have taken him out of town. Tank has over 20 000 followers on Instagram and Wang has taken to his Instagram to seek help locating his puppy.

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Wang describes Tank as a friendly and good-looking dog. Friends of Wang warned that people may attempt to steal him.

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George is offering a $5000 reward with no questions asked for the return of his puppy. An anonymous donor offered $1000 of that reward.

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Observers stated that Tank resembles a Pit Bull, which are illegal in Ontario. However, Tank is too young to be deemed a Pit Bull.

Tank wags his tail at everyone and is absolutely gorgeous.

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Wang is not sure what breed Tank is, but believes he may be a mix between a Bulldog and a Mastiff. Either way – Tank is not illegal and Wang just wants his puppy back.

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Tank was a frequent visitor at Wang’s work and loved everyone he met. His easily identifiable white paws and friendly demeanour are what everyone hopes will bring him back.

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His fame did not come with his absence. Tank had 10 000 followers before he went missing, but the number doubled in attempt to find him.

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Any one who knows Tank is doing what they can to try and find him. Users are posting his photo on Instagram using #BringTankHome in hopes he will return.

If you have any information contact Wang at (226) 606-0125. Or else, please share his photo using #BringTankHome. We hope Tank returns safely to his human!