The family of a beloved dog have offered a cash reward for the return of their Cairn Terrier who went missing.

They are offering a £200 reward for three-year-old Bracken, who belongs to Mary McShane, from Airdrie, Glasgow.

He went missing while camping in Craigendoran with her son Anthony McShane on Thursday, June 7.

Mary’s granddaughter, Marisa Macpherson, has been posting missing posters online in a bid to find the pet.

Marisa told the Advertiser: "It’s been a sad situation for my nana. She misses him dearly, as he has never spent time on his own before so he will be missing his home and my nana. She had him since he was 8 weeks old so, he is a part of the family.

"There have been family down searching for the dog but also members of a lost dog group from Facebook have kindly been searching around the area bracken went missing.

"There was a possible sighting of him on West Montrose street but unfortunately I haven’t heard anything as of yet."

Bracken went missing when Marisa's uncle took him camping in Craigendoran. He has black fur and is was wearing a red tartan collar when he went missing. He is also microchipped.

She previously said: “I posted on a lost dogs page and someone that works for ScotRail went down to check around the train tracks but nobody has reported a dog.

“My uncle went down too to look where Bracken was last seen but he couldn’t see anything and he asked local dog walkers but he hadn’t seen anything.”

Anyone with information should contact Marisa on 0737 508 3221.