Man offers a 1-bedroom home to anyone who can reunite him with lost dog: 'She's part of my family'

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    A Tucson, Arizona man is offering a piece of property, with a one-bedroom home, as a reward to help locate his lost two-year-old chihuahua. (Photo: News 4 Tucson)A Tucson, Arizona man is offering a piece of property, with a one-bedroom home, as a reward to help locate his lost two-year-old chihuahua. (Photo: News 4 Tucson)
    A Tucson, Arizona, man is offering a piece of property, with a one-bedroom home, as a reward to help locate his beloved lost two-year-old chihuahua. (Photo: News 4 Tucson)
    <p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="An&nbsp;Arizona&nbsp;man, desperate to be reunited with his beloved two-year-old&nbsp;chihuahua, is offering an unusual reward for her safe return: a piece of property with a one-bedroom home.” data-reactid=”22″>An Arizona man, desperate to be reunited with his beloved two-year-old chihuahua, is offering an unusual reward for her safe return: a piece of property with a one-bedroom home.

    Eddie Collins, of Tucson, has spent every day looking for Jenny, his lost dog, who has been missing since April.

    <p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content=""I've looked everywhere," Collins told&nbsp;News 4 Tucson. "I go to the dog pound every day. I go to the humane society."” data-reactid=”24″>”I’ve looked everywhere,” Collins told News 4 Tucson. “I go to the dog pound every day. I go to the humane society.”

    Collins initially offered a cash reward for Jenny’s return, but so far no one has come forward. On Friday, Collins upped the ante when he again reached out to the community of Tucson.

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    “I need your help Tucson. I appreciate if you’d get her back to me,” Collins said. “I’m offering a piece of property with a one-bedroom home. I’m willing to give the land, the trailer, the workshop, all of it free and clear, no questions asked. I just want to have Jenny back.”

    The flyer, which Collins shared at a Circle K on Ina Road and Silverbell Road — where Jenny went missing — read: “Help me? Have you seen me? I was taken from Circle K. My dad is looking for me. If you help me get home, he will give you a one-bedroom home, workshop plus land. If you know where I am, and help me get home safe…. It’s all yours. My name is Jenny.”

    “Life matters no matter what is it, whether it be a chipmunk or a squirrel. It depends on the owner, the person and what they care for,” Collins said, adding that the property is located in Benson, 45 minutes away from Tucson. “For me, it’s not about material things, it’s about her.”

    “She’s a loved one,” Collins said, regarding the unusual plea for his Jenny. “She’s part of my family.”

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