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VIDEO: It’s Not Looking Good For Jessica Simpson’s Beloved Dog

Sep. 16 2009, Published 5:34 a.m. ET

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A heartbroken Jessica Simpson is hoping that she will be re-united with her Malti-Poo Daisy who was dramatically snatched by a coyote outside her Beverly Hills home.

The pop singer has enlisted the help of a dog finding service in a bid to locate Daisy, and also posted signs at The Beverly Glen shopping center,  but with each passing hour it’s not looking so great for her loveable pet.

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It’s understood that her mom Tina Simpson was watching Daisy when she was snatched from her back yard that backs onto some wild hills.

Nature expert Andy Lipkiss from - who runs a reserve in neighboring hills to where Daisy was taken - has revealed the dangers presented by coyotes and other wild animals in the star-studded enclave where Gwen Stefani, Demi Moore and Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary all have homes.

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Simpson has been using her Twitter account to post messages about Daisy while local residents and neighbors are helping in the hunt with by searching the area and posting flyers with Daisy’s photograph.

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One local resident told “We all feel really bad for Jessica and a lot of dog-owners always have their dogs on a leash because of the coyotes.

“It’s a beautiful place to live but the bottom-line is that we are in the wilderness and that’s not entirely safe for domestic pets.

“But we all hope that Jessica will be re-united with her beloved doggy sooner than later.”



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