Epileptic Boxer dog missing in Spring Branch area, reward offered!

The family was in town visiting friends when the dog went missing near Spring Branch.

SAN ANTONIO — A North Texas family that was in Boerne to visit family and friends desperately needs your help finding their beloved Boxer dog named Vanilli, that went missing in Spring Branch on Saturday, March 2.

Vanilli is a 3-year-old female dog that does not have a microchip. She has all-white fur except for one black mark on her back leg, and she has black “freckles” under her fur.

What makes this even more urgent is that Vanillia has epilepsy and needs her medication.

She was last seen around 5 p.m. on Saturday near The Branch Restaurant on Highway 46. Since then, there have been no sightings of her, despite the couple’s ongoing search efforts. They are deeply concerned for Vanilli’s well-being and are urging anyone with any information to please come forward.

If you have seen or heard anything about Vanilli, no matter how insignificant it may seem, reach out to Victor and Lara Favella at (571) 420-9471 or (469) 655-9561.

They are not looking to prosecute if by some chance the dog was picked up by someone thinking it was a stray. The couple is offering a reward for their pet’s safe return.

The Flavellas’ are from the Dallas-area but are staying in Spring Branch indefinitely as they continue to search for their beloved family member. Any assistance or information you can provide would mean the world to them.

You can also reach out to the Bulverde Area Humane Society at (830) 980-2247 anonomously with a tip if you have seen her. 

Let’s help reunite Vanilli with her family.


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