THE family of a missing dog have launched a £2,000 reward for the safe return of their beloved pet.

Nala, a Shar Pei, went missing last week from Strathclyde Park after she was attacked by another dog and ran away. 

Posting to the Facebook page, Help Find Nala, Gary Lang, Nala's owner said: "This will be the FINAL update to the reward for Nala.

"As a family we want to make it very clear that if you know someone who has Nala or you yourself have her, we will not name and shame.

"Your identity will remain anonymous. The only thing that important to us is the safe return of Nala."

The family said they will alos be delivering 10,000 leaflets to the surrounding area to raise awareness.

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Nala was attacked on the morning of Sunday March 17 and an initial appeal was launched by her owner's Debbie and Gary Lang.

Speaking to Glasgow Live, Debbie recounted the horrific moment Nala was attacked:

"We were just walking in Strathclyde Park and we came across a man with a dog on a lead in front of us.

"Then all of a sudden the man dropped the lead and the other dog ran towards Nala and attacked her.

"It was biting her, and then she ran away up the road.

"We chased her but every time the other dog owner shouted, she would get further away because she is a very nervous dog.

"She was off like a shot and out of sight.

"She was obviously completely spooked and is really shy with other dogs and wouldn't go up to somebody she doesn't know."

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Since then, a Facebook group has been launched which now has over 3,500 members. 

Gary thanked the group members for their help so far in the search and said the £2,000 will be the final update to the reward for her safe return.