(CBS 8) - The search continues for a missing retired rescue dog. Two weeks ago, Puck was playing at Del Mar's dog beach, when a wave spooked him and he ran off.
A Good Samaritan tried to approach Puck, but since he was trained to not allow strangers to touch him, the dog ran off toward the Flower Hill Mall.
This week, another rescue dog picked up Puck's scent near Via De La Valle and Solana Circle Drive.
Now, Puck's owner set up motion sensor cameras in the area in the hopes of finding his beloved pet.
"My dog saved lives. Now I need everybody's help to save his," said Puck's Owner Paul Wiester. "He is a decorated retired search and rescue dog and he's more than a family member."
If you have any information on Puck's whereabouts, please call 970-445-0033. A $1,000 reward is being offered for his safe return.
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