San Francisco man offering $10K reward after therapy dog goes missing in the Camp Fire

PARADISE, Calif. (KGO) -- A San Francisco man's therapy dog went missing in the Camp Fire.

Now he's offering a $10,000 reward for his pet's safe return.

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Madison the dog couldn't be found when his owner had to evacuate from the Camp Fire in Butte County, but he survived and stayed to guard the lot where the home once stood.



Cameron Hodges was visiting Paradise with his dog, Harvey, when the fire broke out and they got separated.

He's been putting up flyers and flooding social media in hopes of being reunited with Harvey.

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Several people have reported seeing a dog similar to Harvey with a woman in Redding.

Hodges says he'll do whatever it takes to get his dog back.

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