NH racing dog able to run 250 miles in 3 days gone missing
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UNITY — A Siberian Husky race dog has gone missing after traveling 50 miles south with her handler.
Rogue, the 7-year-old, 50-pound racing dog, originally from Dorchester was visiting friends in Unity with her handler when she went missing.
Outlaw Ridge, the team she runs with, posted on their Facebook that Rogue is able to run 150-250 mile races in 3-4 days, tending to stay on trails, only crossing the main roads to get to another trail.
Becki Tucker, Rogue's owner, said that while Unity may be a ways away from Dorchester, as a racing dog she can run 50-70 miles a day "like it's nothing".
The team cautions people that while she is friendly, Rogue is most likely scared and in survival mode. They advise people not to shout her name or chase her, but to approach her slowly.
Rogue is said to be friendly towards dogs and most likely would draw towards hikers with dogs, other than lone hikers.
Tucker also said that while Rogue is a Siberian Husky, she is taller and thinner than most, making her look more like a coyote.
Rogue has been missing since Sunday.
Call Granite State Dog Recovery at (855) 639-5678 with any sightings.