Dog missing in vicinity of Pipers Hill and Nod Hill in Wilton

This is one of the posters Brandi Solomon has placed around town in the hopes someone can help her find her dog, Lexi, who went missing on Dec. 7, 2020.

This is one of the posters Brandi Solomon has placed around town in the hopes someone can help her find her dog, Lexi, who went missing on Dec. 7, 2020.

Brandi Solomon / Contributed photo

WILTON — A yellow Labrador retriever mix named Lexi has been missing since Dec. 7 after getting loose at Millstone Farm. She was last seen on Dec. 12 in the woods behind where Pipers Hill and Nod Hill meet, according to her owner, Brandi Solomon.

“We are advised to tell people not to call out to her but if they see her to call us immediately and to get down low and gently offer her treats,” Solomon said on Sunday, adding the dog knows the word “treats.”

“Also, if people could check their sheds and under porches because we feel she’s been hiding somewhere, and if they have Ring cameras to check their footage.” Solomon can be reached at 914-625-7674.

When Lexi went missing she was wearing a red and green Christmas collar with silver bones on it and a tag with her name and Solomon’s phone number.

The 11-year-old dog also has a small black wart on her snout, a small wart on her right paw, and “many fatty lumps on her legs and sides common to Labs, which we affectionately call her old lady lumps,” Solomon said.

Lexi was at Millstone Farm with her family when she came in contact with an electric fence, became frightened and ran off. Her family lives in Fairfield, so she is not familiar with Wilton.

“We are remaining hopeful and are constantly searching for her, but we need help as the days grow colder,” Solomon said.