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Jeremy Renner Offers $5,000 Reward for Return of His Missing Dog

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By Michael Mullins   |   Thursday, 01 Aug 2013 01:39 PM

Actor Jeremy Renner is offering a $5,000 reward to the person who brings his dog back to him, no questions asked.

The French Bulldog, named Hemi, went missing on July 19, near Los Angeles' Runyon Canyon, PeoplePets.com reported.

The 42-year-old California-born actor, who welcomed his first child in March, is most known for his roles in the films: "The Hurt Locker," "The Avengers," and "The Bourne Legacy."

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Renner, who brought Hemi and another French Bulldog home last year, has also launched a Facebook page titled "Hemi Missing Frenchie - Los Angeles," in which he describes the missing pooch as a "very friendly, neutered, 25 pound, one and a half year-old fawn/tan French Bulldog [with a] black face, a collar, but no tag or microchip."

The Facebook page, which has some 1,500-plus fans, also claims the dog suffers from a hip condition that requires daily medication.

In addition to listing a reward post on the missing pet website – NinjaDogConcepts.com – Renner also included a contact phone number on the Facebook page for anyone with information about his lost dog.

When the number was called, Renner's brother answered the phone.

Refusing to give his name, the brother would only say that despite having received a large amount of calls, the actor is still searching for his beloved dog.

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This isn't the first time Renner has lost a pet that was near and dear to his heart.

Last year, another French Bulldog belonging to the Oscar nominee died during a Little League Baseball game, according to PeoplePets.com.

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