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Superior Plumber owner buys billboard space, offers reward for lost dog

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Jay Cunningham, the owner of Superior Plumbing, is known to many as "the honest plumber" on radio and TV ads, but now he needs your help.  He's going to great lengths to find his dog, Petey, who has been missing since Sunday.

Petey, a 4-year-old Pit Bull mix, jumped out of Cunningham's RV at a charity event at Turner Field on Sunday and has not been seen since.  Cunningham's family is heartbroken, so he's doing everything he can to find Petey-- including buying an electronic billboard next to Turner Field in hopes someone will recognize the dog.  

Cunningham told FOX 5 he has also been busy passing out fliers in neighborhoods around the stadium.  His employees have jumped in to help with the search, and so has his 10-year-old dog, Gunner.  The Cunninghams hope Gunner can lure Petey back to them.

Cunningham is offering a $2,000 reward for Petey's safe return.  Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call (678) 410-5715.

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