WRENTHAM, Mass. (AP) — Massachusetts police are asking the public for help in finding a former New England Patriots player’s missing dog.
Wrentham police say a trainer was walking former linebacker Jerod Mayo’s English bulldog, Knox, and another dog Thursday when Knox disappeared.READ MORE: Rob Gronkowski Needs A Few Weeks To Decide On His Future, But Hints He May Still Play Even If Tom Brady Retires
The walk took place around 8 p.m. near the Joe’s Rock conservation area in Wrentham.
Police say the dog’s electronic collar was found on a nearby trail, and there were no signs that it had been forcibly removed.READ MORE: Investigators Narrow Time Of Harmony Montgomery Disappearance To Late November, Early December 2019
Authorities say it’s unlikely Knox simply ran away, because the dog’s breed is notorious for having poor cardio.
Mayo posted a plea for the dog’s return on Instagram Saturday, saying his family is “praying to have him back with us safe and sound.”
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