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Beloved German Shepard Lost in Hopland; Reward Offered for His Safe Return

Isabella Gentry and her beloved dog ‘Arlo’ [Pictures provided by Isabella Gentry]

Hopland resident Isabella Gentry is offering a reward of $1,000 dollars for anyone that is able to locate her male German Shepard ‘Arlo.’

Gentry says Arlo went missing on October 10, 2020 in Hopland near Eagle Rock Road and Feliz Creek Road. He is an intact male last seen wearing a tan padded leather collar. Arlo is microchipped, about 26″ at the withers and approximately 63 pounds. Gentry also said Arlo is a cryptorchid, meaning, “he has only one descended testicle, this is hereditary and can be passed on to offspring and shouldn’t be bred.”

Since Arlo went missing, Gentry says she has been “completely beside myself worried sick out of my mind.” Ultimately, Gentry just needs her “best friend home.” She said the reward for his safe return is $1,000, “no questions asked.” Please consider donating to Gentry’s PayPal to increase the offered reward.



  1. Williams CA off Hwy 20 and Leesville Road. Young, male, very friendly German Shepard found. Very thin, think he traveled a long way or thinking it’s been missing awhile. 530-473-2502. He’s being well taken care of 💕.

  2. Thank you so much for doing a piece about Arlo. Arlo is my best friend, my partner in crime and my confidant. I would do absolutely anything to have my boy back home. He is loved very deeply. Call or text 707-376-6005 any time with any information regarding him.💕
    Thank you

  3. come on Arlo, we know you’re out there baby ,find your way home or find a kind human to help you get back to your mama, we’re praying for your safe return❤️

  4. There is a dog posted on FB that was posted on Ukiah lost and found pets who looks like Tia shepherd ! I’ve posted pictures on my FB …the person who posted did not capture the dog.

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Matt LaFever
Matt LaFever
I like to think of myself as a journalist for the everyman. Journalism has become a craft practiced largely by the urban elite. It’s time to take it back. I have been an Emerald Triangle resident since 2006 and this is year ten in Mendocino County. Please, email me at if you know a story that needs to be told.

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