It has been three weeks since Kobie the Siberian Husky went missing in Goulburn.
The Worldon family have been on the lookout for their beloved pet since he went missing on an afternoon walk.
They were walking on the Mount Gray walking trail on Governors Hill on September 28.
"I've just recently created a family of my own and extended a family of three into four," said owner Nonito Worldon.
"I was so excited for my boy Kobie to meet our newborn, he would of loved her."
"Kobie's anxiety goes through the roof when he loses sight of his owners at a dog park, so we couldn't imagine how he is now being without us," Mr Worldon's sister Mayka Worldon added.
The dog was behind his owners when they were walking along the track when they suddenly did not hear the clinking of his name tag.
Members of the family have driven along the highway in the hope of spotting him, and have looked through bushy areas with no luck.
Kobie was wearing a red leather collar that had a gold and silver name tag.
The Siberian Husky is also microchipped.
He responds to Kobie and Kobe when he is called.
"It was the same routine day in day out, with help of friends on their walks. No one has seen or heard a thing," Ms Worldon explained.
The family have also purchased a drone in the hope of spotting him.
The brother and sister both said not knowing anything was the worst part of the situation.
"We don't know whether he's safe, hurt, or the worst dead," they said.
"We don't know if to keep searching or if we're even looking in the right place anymore.
"We're trying to come to terms with him not coming back, but he's not just a dog.
"He's been our family for 9 years, it's like losing a family member."
There is a cash reward up for his return even if he has passed away.
Tablelanders can contact Mayka Worldon on 0412 544 581 if they have any information.
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