‘Real Housewife’ Brandi Glanville Offers $10k Reward for Missing Dog


The controversial star of Bravo TV’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Brandi Glanville, is desperately searching for her missing dog, a tiny Chihuahua-mix named Chica, after her home was allegedly burglarized last Thursday.

Glanville took to Twitter immediately after discovering little Chica was missing, begging fans and followers to help her locate the tiniest member of her family. “My dog Chica is lost please help! Call me.”

After the little dog had been missing for more than a day, the reality star offered a $10,000 reward to anyone that brings the little brown dog home. She also confided in her fans, saying that her boys, 9-year old Mason and 5-year old Jake, will be devastated at the loss of Chica.

“I will give anyone who finds my dog chica in Bel air, La, Encino area 10 thousand dollars. Please please. She has a collar call me!” the star Tweeted.

Chica is a small brown and white Chihuahua-mix female. She is expected to be in the Bel Air, Los Angeles, or Encino, California area.

As if the devastation of losing a pet isn’t enough, Glanville is now dealing with a slew of prank calls and fans just hoping to speak with her. It is clear in Brandi’s latest Tweets that she’s now being harassed by people without information about the dog, even hiring an answering service to handle all of the calls. Additionally, someone is taking down all of the family’s missing dog signs, making the search for little Chica harder than ever.

She begs followers on Twitter, “Please please please dont call the number if you dont have dog information!!! Please!” And later, “I hired an answering service to handle chicas calls. Please stop calling them if u dont have a lead. Please.”

Brandi Glanville’s Chihuahua-mix, Chica, has been missing for several days after the reality star’s home was burglarized. She is expected to be in or around the Los Angeles area. Photo courtesy of Brandi Glanville.

While little Chica is still missing, as Brandi and her boys searched nearby shelters for the lost little girl, some good did come out of their search – the family adopted another little one. Brandi Tweeted, “We have a new family member until Chica comes back to us,” along with a photo of her son, Mason, holding the little dog that they’ve named “Chody.”

Glanville has another dog, a small white female named Sugar. No other belongings are reported missing from Glanville’s home besides Chica.

If you are in the Los Angeles area, please be on the lookout for a tiny brown/white Chihuahua mix. If found, please call the number on her tag, or take to the nearest shelter so that she can be reunited with her family.



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