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Woman offers $5,000 for return of beloved dog

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -

She's hired a pet detective and a pet psychic. This Scottsdale woman is pulling out all the stops trying to find her missing dog.

Ezel is an 8-year-old brindle boxer who went missing on Valentine's Day near 64th Street and Thomas.

Trysta Daniels is also offering a $5,000 reward to get her dog back. She got her dog when she was 19 years old and says it's her responsibility to make sure he comes back home safe.

"I've had him for 9 years and he's been my best friend. I don't have children so to me this feels like a loss of a child," says Trysta.

Trysta took Ezel to her boyfriend's house on Valentine's Day. They left him there to grab dinner. Somehow Ezel got out through a backyard door left open.

"I've had him for my whole adult life so it's a big void now that he's gone."

Trysta put up flyers, she visits the animal shelters daily -- but no Ezel. She also hired a pet detective, but the big hail storm last week didn't help. Trysta has now turned to a pet psychic.

"It was a close family member who said you should try it, and at this point you feel like you're at the end of your rope, you'd do it just for peace of mind."

We were there as Trysta talked to the pet psychic for the first time.

Psychic on phone: "He's inside of a house… I'm getting that he's 13 blocks away from your house."

Trysta says the psychic gave her some good leads to follow. She's hopeful and a little skeptical. But she says she'll do anything to get her best friend back.

"It's been hard every day, you kind of realize I lost my dog and you blame yourself, you know cause it's your dog you're the reason your dog got out and hindsight is always 20/20."

Ezel wasn't wearing a collar but he is micro-chipped.

There is a $5,000 reward if he's returned -- $2,500 to the person who found him and a $2,500 donation to the Humane Society.

To submit tips: www.fidofinder.com/dog.php?id=359558

Online: www.italk2pets.com

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