Man offers one-bedroom home as a reward for his missing dog 1 year ago

Man offers one-bedroom home as a reward for his missing dog

A man in the United States who is desperate to be reunited with his missing dog has offered a home as a reward for her safe return.

Eddie Collins, from Tuscon, Arizona, lost his two-year-old chihuahua Jenny in April this year.


Speaking to local news outlet News 4 Tuscon, he explained that his beloved dog went missing from a gas station - and has since spent every day searching for her.

He said:

“I’ve looked everywhere. I go to the dog pound every day. I go to the humane society.”

After having no luck finding her so far, broken-hearted Collins decided to do something different to find Jenny: he's offering a one-bedroom home, "no questions asked", in exchange for Jenny's safe return.

He explained;

“I need your help Tucson. I appreciate if you’d get her back to me.

“I’m offering a piece of property with a one-bedroom home.

“I’m willing to give the land, the trailer, the workshop, all of it free and clear, no questions asked. I just want to have Jenny back.”

Discussing why he was willing to offer so much, Collins said it was because "life matters no matter what it is."


He continued:

“Whether it be a chipmunk or a squirrel. It depends on the person that owns that animal and what they care for. For me, it’s not about material things, it’s about her.”

“She’s a loved one. She’s part of my family.”

Featured Image via YouTube/News 4 Tuscon