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Have you seen this ‘dog?’

The ‘small grey and black dog’ was found May 25 in Kelowna

A usual masked furry is looking for its owner, according to a Facebook post.

The “small grey and black dog” was found May 25 at the corner of Gordon and Casorso Roads.

The description reads its very shy, has no collar, and doesn’t play well with dogs.

The post on social media gave people a laugh, saying the breed is unknown.

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