A GOLD Coast woman is offering $2000 for the safe return of her missing dog, believed to be in the Redlands.
Owner Sarah Grundy said cavoodle Luna Fluffy Pants had not been seen since she escaped a Birkdale backyard on December 7.
Ms Grundy, who traveled everyday to the Redlands before Christmas to search, believed Luna had either been found by someone or was still roaming.
“Even if Luna knew she had run too far, she wouldn’t have known to get back,” Ms Grundy said.
“She is the most adorable dog and we totally understand if someone has fallen for her. We thank you so much but we really want her back. They can still be part of Luna’s life, we totally get it.”
About 500 posters and 2000 letters will be dropped across Birkdale and Thorneside this week for Luna’s safe return.
Ms Grundy said her dog, a rescue puppy, was not micro-chipped.
Luna had worn a faded pink collar with metal bones at the time of her disappearance but without a name tag.
Ms Grundy said she and her four children were heartbroken by Luna’s disappearance and desperately wanted her back.
She said $2000 would be given to anyone who returned the three-year-old dog.
“It’s killing me I can’t fix this,” Ms Grundy said. “The kids are traumatised.”
Those with information can contact Ms Grundy via the Help Find Luna Fluffy Pants Facebook page.