$5,000 reward offered for Texas veteran's stolen service dog

$5,000 reward offered for Texas veteran's stolen service dog

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A $5,000 reward has been offered for the safe return of veteran's service dog that was stolen from his apartment on Oct. 19. 

Emmanuel Bernadin had his apartment burglarized in October and one of the many things taken was a his 70-pound service dog, a French Mastiff named Rozelyn. 

Bernadin refers to the dog as his best friend. 

"There's certain things that you just can't turn off in your mind," he told NBCDFW. "No one should have to understand the effects or the side effects of war."

The reward is being offered by the Katy Trail Ice House in Dallas. 

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