WASHINGTON — A District of Columbia woman has spent more than $35,000 in a year-long search for her beloved missing dog.

Janet Mihalyfi, 39, of Georgetown has hired psychics and private investigators, posted thousands of fliers, installed cameras in the woods and put out dog food at spots where the Rottweiler mix has reportedly been spotted.

Mihalyfi lost 5-year-old Havoc on Nov. 9, 2013, after she took him and her other dog off their leashes during a run in a wooded area. Just then, a deer bolted by and both dogs gave chase.

She hasn’t seen Havoc since.

“Anybody that has a pet knows that they are a family member,” Mihalyfi said Thursday. “I love him as I would anybody that I’m close with … I can’t give up on him.”

Mihalyfi, an information technology director at a Washington consulting firm, said she has devoted every weekend since Havoc’s disappearance to the search, which she called all-consuming, exhausting and depressing.

But Mihalyfi said her hope of finding Havoc, who has an implanted identifying microchip, is constantly renewed by tips from people who have seen her signs begging for information about his whereabouts.