$500 Reward Offered For Missing Service Dog In Clarksville

Posted at 12:34 PM, Sep 19, 2018

A reward up to $500 has been offered for the return of a missing service dog belonging to a Clarksville boy with Autism. 

The 100-pound, Bernese Mountain dog is 3-years-old and responds to “Chance.” 

One Week Later: Clarksville Service Dog Still Missing

The reward could be increased after a good Samaritan contacted the family and offered to help. That person is working on raising more money to help the family.

Chance has been missing for at least a week. 

The family says they have received calls from as far as Canada, but there has been no sign of him. 

"I sat in the living room and prayed that he would come back," said 9-year-old Ashton Zamora. "Chance helps me with most of my problems. Like my nightmares.” 

Zamora says the last week has been difficult. Chance went missing from the family's Clarksville home last Tuesday, and Ashton's mother believes he was taken. 

"There's no way a 100 pound black dog just disappears into thin air," said Debi Zamora.

Contact Debi at (931) 249-8118 or Lourdes at (697) 261-0525 if you know where Chance might be located.