Lost dog! Daughter of Bills owners offering reward for her missing Yoshi

The daughter of the Buffalo Bills‘ owners, Kim and Terry Pegula, needs your help. Kelly Pegula sent out a tweet on Tuesday explaining that her dog is missing and that there would be a reward for anyone who helped find it.

(Insert joke here about Bill Belichick signing Yoshi as a restricted free agent.)

So we’re big dog people here, and we want to help. Yoshi, as the note says, is a brown-and-black Shiba Inu in the 15-pound range. He’s also skittish (sorry for the spellcheck, Kelly) and lacking a collar, which makes it tougher, but he has a microchip, for what that’s worth.

Hey Bills fans, don’t you want to help out the Pegula family here? If you’re near the area of downtown Buffalo mentioned, keep your head on a swivel, won’t you? We imagine that Kelly, as the owners’ daughter, wields some serious ticket-gifting power if you find Yoshi, or perhaps you’re a fan of cash. That likely could be arranged, too, we assume.

Here’s another pic to help you ID her missing friend:

That’s a cute dog. We hope to update you with news ol’ Yoshi has been found safe and sound.

(h/t Buffalo News)

The daughter of the Buffalo Bills owners has lost her precious dog, Yoshi, and needs your help. (@KPegula)

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Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter!