Ever since Emilie Talermo’s Australian shepherd named Jackson went missing from outside a grocery store in San Francisco on Dec. 14, she moved heaven and earth to reunite with it.

Talermo announced a reward of $7,000 for those who help find her pet and started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for it, distributed more than 3,000 flyers, and even put out an advertisement about the reward with Jackson’s photo on Tinder.

"He's truly my whole life. He's a true family member," Talermo told ABC7.

As of now, the GoFundMe page has secured more than its $7,000 goal and Talermo decided to donate the additional fund to Rocket Dog Rescue.

"There's a cap of 7,000 dollars. The rest of the money goes to Rocket Dog Rescue," she said.

Not just that, she also created a website exclusively for the dog and hired an airplane to fly a banner containing information about her pet over the city Wednesday. Unfortunately, the plane failed to take off due to rain, Kron4 reported. The airplane ride had cost her $1,200.  "It wasn't cheap, but I'll do anything for my dog," she said.

Five-year-old Jackson weighs about 30 pounds and has black, white and grey patches on his body. The blue-eyed dog was last seen tied to a bench outside The Good Life Grocery store in Bernal Heights at around 8 a.m. Saturday. Talerno said she left it there for five minutes bet was gone when she came outside.

"No matter what on safe streets, busy streets in the life of a dog, please don't leave your dogs outside," she said, addressing other dog owners.