MISSING Dog Alert: Home Fire Triggers Search For Family Dog

MISSING Dog Alert: Home Fire Triggers Search For Family Dog

MISSING Dog Alert: Home Fire Triggers Search For Family Dog

UPDATE:

Copper was found this morning inside the house. Unfortunately, he did not survive. The family would like to thank everyone for their efforts in searching and kind words.

GREENBRIER TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – His name is Copper and he has been missing since the family home caught fire Tuesday afternoon. Copper’s family is very concerned about him and they have reached out to Smokey Barn News in hopes that someone in the area has seen him.

Copper is a golden doodle. He has a red wireless fence collar with the name Covington on it and he had on a blue snowman bandana.

Copper’s home sustained heavy damage after a fire that started around 12:30 pm Tuesday afternoon and Copper has been missing ever since.

Copper’s home is located almost dead-center between Greenbrier and White House and sits in the 2800 block of New Hall Rd near the Hall Rd intersection. SEARCH AREA

Here are some pictures of Copper. If you live in the area and see him call 615-513-9844.

Below Copper’s photos is our full video report on the fire at Copper’s home.

Reported Earlier

Two Pets Lost As Fire Devastates Greenbrier Family Home Tuesday

GREENBRIER TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A home in Greenbrier sustained heavy damage after a fire that started around 12:30 pm Tuesday afternoon.

The home, located almost dead-center between Greenbrier and White House, sits in the 2800 block of New Hall Rd near the Hall Rd intersection. MAP

Firefighters from the White House Community Volunteer Fire Department,  as well as firefighters from Ridgetop, Greenbrier, Cross Plains, and Millersville (with the assistance of the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency and  Robertson County Emergency Medical Services), made a great effort and were able to save about 50% of the home from fire damage but the home did sustain smoke and water damage throughout. All in all, it was a great stop for our local Firefighters.

A gerbil and one cat did not survive the fire. One dog has yet to be located. It is believed that the dog was outside at the time of the fire but at last report, the dog was still missing. No other injuries were reported and everyone made it out of the home safely.

The cause of the fire is still undetermined.

If the family decides to reach out to Smokey Barn News with any needs that they have or if a GoFundMe is set up for them, we will bring it to you.