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Lisa Oldfield 10k reward for lost dog

She’s the outspoken Real Housewives of Sydney star who makes no secret of her love for animals.

And it was a ‘heartbroken’ Lisa Oldfield who took to Instagram on Thursday to plead for help to find her faithful pooch Neddy, offering a $10,000 reward for his safe return.

Sharing a photo of the cute black and white Fox Terrier, a clearly concerned Lisa revealed that money was no object in bringing her pooch, who went missing somewhere in the New South Wales Upper Hunter Valley region, back in one piece.

Help! It was a ‘heartbroken’ Lisa Oldfield who took to Instagram on Thursday to plead for help to find her faithful pooch Neddy, offering a $10,000 reward for his safe return 

‘My little Neddy has gone missing,’ she captioned the post. ‘He was last seen at our farm at 7.30am today. I am heartbroken.

‘Anyone in the #denman #scone #muswellbrook area that finds a little #foxterrier please contact me, there is a $10,000 cash #reward.

He fans were quick to offer support in such a worrisome time, with many in the region telling Lisa they were keeping their eyes peeled.

Little boy lost: Sharing a photo of the cute black and white Fox Terrier, a clearly concerned Lisa revealed that money was no object in bringing her pooch, who went missing somewhere in the New South Wales Upper Hunter Valley region, back in one piece 

Little boy lost: Sharing a photo of the cute black and white Fox Terrier, a clearly concerned Lisa revealed that money was no object in bringing her pooch, who went missing somewhere in the New South Wales Upper Hunter Valley region, back in one piece 

‘Have you found him @lisalocks16? I am in that area if you need a hand looking for him,’ one fan offered.

A clearly appreciative Lisa responded with: ‘  He’s still missing. Thank you for helping find him !!! Lxxx.’

Admitting to the Daily Telegraph recently that she used to be a fan of shooting animals, Lisa revealed that she has since had a change of heart.

Worried; 'Have you found him @lisalocks16? I am in that area if you need a hand looking for him,' one fan offered. A clearly appreciative Lisa responded with: ' He's still missing. Thank you for helping find him !!! Lxxx'

Worried; ‘Have you found him @lisalocks16? I am in that area if you need a hand looking for him,’ one fan offered. A clearly appreciative Lisa responded with: ‘ He’s still missing. Thank you for helping find him !!! Lxxx’

Guns down: Admitting to the Daily Telegraph recently that she used to be a fan of shooting animals, Lisa revealed that she has since had a change of heart. Lisa is pictured with husband David Oldfield

Guns down: Admitting to the Daily Telegraph recently that she used to be a fan of shooting animals, Lisa revealed that she has since had a change of heart. Lisa is pictured with husband David Oldfield

‘It’s well-known that I like to shoot and I used to hunt a lot when I was younger. I would shoot pests – foxes, wild pigs – but on occasion I have shot kangaroos,’ she told the publication.

‘Looking back, now that I’ve become a mother and an animal lover, it’s something I really regret doing.’ 

To atone, Lisa also revealed that she had teamed up with volunteer-run animal carers Sydney Wildlife to plan a charity ball in November.

This [the ball] is my way of trying to make up for that – and David [Oldfield, husband] feels the same way,’ Lisa said.

Change of heart: 'Looking back, now that I've become a mother and an animal lover, it's something I really regret doing

Change of heart: ‘Looking back, now that I’ve become a mother and an animal lover, it’s something I really regret doing

 

 

 

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