A Las Vegas valley woman is asking for the public’s help in finding her missing service dog, who escaped her backyard over a week ago.
“I don’t know what else to do,” says Brenda Borelli, who says she feels lost without her four-legged best friend and companion.
Borelli says she went outside to check on Wylee, her 6-year-old Belgian Mois, and he was gone.
Ever since, Borelli has been desperately trying to find him, since she depends on Wylee to live a normal life.
Fighting a battle of her own, Borelli was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis seven years ago, and Wylee has been by her side helping her ever since.
“He's so in tune with me and my emotions and my movements it's like he can read my mind,” says Borelli. “I haven’t really done anything since he’s been gone.”
Borelli says her life is turning upside down, as she is physically unable and too upset to leave her home for long.
“I have been going to work, but I'm too distracted so they're just having me go home.”
Brenda believes Wylee is out there, and hopes someone will do the right thing.
"I hope they give me my dog back because I need him and I miss him and he means so much to us but please give them back to me."
Borelli is offering a reward of $1,000 for the safe return of Wylee.
If you’ve seen Wylee, call (702) 596-9293 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.