BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Ismael Barron III and Daniel Calderon are missing their beagle terrier named Benjamin, and have turned to social media to help bring him home.
The Facebook page, Bring Ben Home , has over 1,300 likes.
They adopted Ben in February, and he got away on June 16 during a bathroom break outside. He has been missing ever since.
Barron III and Calderon hope that by spreading the word on social media they will be reunited with Benjamin.
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