Rapper Snoop Dogg took to Instagram on Tuesday to share the great news that he had been reunited with pet pooch Frank after the French Bulldog went missing in Los Angeles
Snoop Dogg was elated on Tuesday after a frantic search for his pet pooch had a happy ending.
The rapper, 50, took to Instagram over the weekend pleading with his 67.5 million followers for the safe return of four-legged friend Frank.
And in a pleasant turn of events, the animal was safely returned to the star in Los Angeles.
Snoop had offered a reward for the return of Frank after saying he knew the dog’s last location.
Posting a video to his Instagram on Tuesday evening, Snoop said: “I want to thank you all for returning the dog back to us. We appreciate that Frank made his way back home.
“We appreciate all the love and the support we got on Instagram to get the dog back.”
He ended the short clip by thanking a “lovely couple” who helped reunite him with his furry pal.
“And to the lovely couple that brought the dog back, I got some gifts for y’all for looking out,” he said.
Taking to the video’s caption, he tagged one of the good samaritans and his followers were quick to show their love for the news in the comments section.
The Drop It Like It’s Hot singer explained on Sunday how his dog had escaped his home in Los Angeles. He shared a missing post alongside an urgent appeal for any information of his whereabouts.
The singer described Frank as a grey French Bulldog and told his followers: “If you see him please DM me at @reyg213.”
The missing poster showed the smiley dog’s picture in between two yellow banners with the bold words “Missing Dog” along the top.
It explained all the necessary info as well as explaining there would be a reward for the dog’s return.
Shortly after uploading the appeal, Snoop’s Insta post received over 81,000 likes.
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Snoop’s love of dogs is well known and the star is set to return to hosting duties at this year’s Puppy Bowl XVIII alongside good pal Martha Stewart.
The singer will also be part of this year’s Super Bowl LVI halftime show on February 13. He will be joined by fellow legendary singers Mary J Blige, Eminem, Dr Dre and Kendrick Lamar at the star-studded show.
The Super Bowl will take place at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Los Angeles, and sees the Los Angeles Rams take on Cincinnati Bengals.
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