Bragi went missing from his home near Kilmarnock, Scotland on the 22nd June 2014.
Bragi a 9-year-old Elkhound escaped out of the garden but is now presumed stolen. Bragi is not only a much loved and missed family pet, he has also won many prestigious awards in the show ring.
Nicola his owner tells us more about Bragi...
BRAGI loved his cuddles more than anything and when he cuddled into me I could feel the love and contentment coming from him he loved going for long walks down the river and to the beach we would spend hours walking. Having bitches in the house and being the only male he thought he was the man of the house... he was so funny! He loved the ladies and thought he was the business. His favourite time though was in the show ring just me and him that was our special time, just me and BRAGI. The perfect companion.. Don’t be fooled! He hated being told what to do though and had a stubborn streak a mile long if he wanted his dinner or out for a walk you would know it! He would not shut up until he got what he wanted at times he was the biggest monkey of a dog but I loved him even more for it. That was my BRAGI, my boy. The day he was stolen, my whole world fell apart there is not a day goes by that the kids do not talk about him and I do not cry for him I would give everything to cuddle him and see his face again. Everything in our lives has changed I try to set time aside every day to search online etc if I did not I would be consumed by it I don't relax now, how can my boy be missing. My emotions range from feeling hope and being positive that I will find him to the devastating realisation that I may never see him again.
Nicola has travelled through the UK to rule out possible sightings Bragi at one of her lowest points having to view the dead body of a dog, despite her searches and Bragi has still not been found
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