Reward for missing Riverside therapy dog grows to $1,000
By Brian Rokos
The reward for the return of a Riverside cancer patient’s therapy dog has surged to $1,000 from its initial $100.
Julie Treadwell said she was visiting a friend Aug. 9 on Lime Street in downtown Riverside when Clyde vanished.
Clyde, a Chihuahua Pomeranian terrier mix, is microchipped with a numbered identification tag. He is 3 years old, weighs about 5 pounds and is black with white on his chest and on the toes of his back feet.
Treadwell said she doesn’t believe Clyde would have run off. Riverside police said they are investigating the case as a possible theft.