Local family on desperate search for missing dog Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Headline, Surrounding Areas, Waxahachie on July 31, 2015 by Publisher Photo courtesy Shaena Campbell. Hoss helped Shadoh through two bouts of cancer and Shadoh is now on a search to find her beloved missing companion.MAYPEARL — A local family is on a desperate search to find their beloved dog who helped a member of the family through two bouts of cancer.Hoss went missing on Sunday, July 26 near Arrowhead Rd between Waxahachie and Maypearl. He is a larger built five-year-old Blue Merle Australian Shepherd. He has one blue eye and one starburst eye (blue and brown mix). The family and neighbors describe him as very gentle and super sweet.Photo courtesy Shaena Campbell.Hoss went missing on Sunday, July 26, 2015 near Arrowhead Rd between Waxahachie and Maypearl."The thought of him being lost, hurt or not being taken care of is just about unbearable. I pray someone is taking care of him and they just don't know who he belongs to," Shaena Campbell wrote on social media.Hoss is owned by Shaena's daughter, Shadoh Lassatter, whom began battling cancer at the age of 19 and is now 25. Hoss became a driving force behind Lassatter's recovery, twice."She's had him since her 1st round with cancer and loves him so much. He even went to school (college) with her (they let her take him in class)," Campbell wrote.If you see Hoss or know his whereabouts, call the family at 972-935-8647 or 214-354-1391.Photo courtesy Shaena Campbell.Hoss is described by family and neighbors as very gentle and super sweet."Maybe someone will recognize him and get him home," Campbell said.Hoss' story has gained massive interest on social media and FOX 4 News reached out to Campbell for a story that aired Thursday evening.Click here to watch Campbell's interview with FOX 4 News. You may also be interested in readingWaxahachie man convicted of child pornography and sexual assaultOdors of death result in an ECSO and SPCA raid on dog training facilityPresident finally orders flags at half-staff to honor Chattanooga victimsWISD Superintendent Glenn reverses decision and will stay in WaxahachieIn honor of Veterans Day: Operation Kindness’ Hazel helps Glenn Heights MarineBlue Bell announces furloughs, layoffs and salary reductionsMidlothian, Palmer and Waxahachie ISDs announce makeup daysDrowning victim found at Lake WaxahachieBarton on crude oil exportsECSO Lt. James Saulter announces candidacy for Sheriff of Johnson County ← Midlothian Mayor’s Back 2 School Bash set for August 8COLUMN: Bad apples in law enforcement undermine public’s trust → You must log in to post a comment.