Owner Seeks Missing Guide Dog In St. Paul

ST. PAUL (WCCO) — A guide dog that helps a blind man from St. Paul is missing after the dog took off during the weekend’s snowstorm.

The 2-year-old male yellow Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever cross-breed named Spalding has been missing since Sunday afternoon. He was last seen near the 1700 block of Marshall Avenue in St. Paul.

Spalding has tattoos in his ears with this ID number.

The dog has been assisting his blind partner since October.

Anyone with information about Spalding is asked to call Graduate Services at Guide Dogs for the Blind at 800-295-4050.

  • Scott Funk

    Jesus. I sure hope he gets his dog back!

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