The Early Edition | Feb 6, 2013 | 5:40

Help needed to find lost dogs

A sleepless night for the owner of a Vancouver dog walking company. Her truck was stolen with dogs still in it. We speak to Amy Vilis, the owner of the dog walking company Creature Comforts, the company responsible for the dogs when they were taken.

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