DANA Perino is a political commentator who formerly served as the White House Press Secretary under George W. Bush's administration.

People are speculating as to where Perino may be after she was missing from Fox News broadcasts.

What did people say on social media about Dana Perino?

Fox viewers took to social media to query as to Perino's whereabouts and when she would be returning.

"Where's Dana Perino @DanaPerino? I've missed her humor and presence this week," one user wrote.

"@DanaPerino where are you? I have not seen you on TV for several weeks. Are you ok?" a second said.

"Where is @DanaPerino today?????" a third posted.

"Hey? I of course caved and reactivated Sling so I can watch Fox for the election coverage today and no Dana? Where is Dana? I hope you're on today!" another viewer asked.

Where is Dana Perino today?

Dana, 49, is a co-host of Fox News' The Five and a co-anchor of America’s Newsroom, and was the 26th White House press secretary under President George W Bush.

Perino served Bush's press secretary from September of 2007 until January of 2009, when the president left office.

A FOX News spokesperson confirmed Dana Perino has been missing from recent shows as she is on vacation.

Perino will return Wednesday, November 3.

What happened to Dana Perino's dog Jasper?

Perino announced in September 2021 that her beloved dog, Jasper, had passed away. 

“It is with broken hearts that Peter and I have to let you know that Jasper, America’s Dog, died today,” she wrote about herself and her husband.

“A fast-spreading cancer caused him to leave us sooner than we’d ever hoped, she said.

In her role at Fox News, she explained that viewers got to know her dog very well.

“Jasper, America’s dog, died at 12:40 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, 2021. He was nine years old,” she shared in an opinion piece on the outlet’s website.

“Jasper will never be on ‘The Five’ or ‘America’s Newsroom’ again – he was such a great sport when we’d have him on set,” she wrote.

“He always wore a tie for television. He had a good sense of the cameras, having been over-photographed his entire life.”

“Jasper was first on ‘The Five’ in June 2012, a tiny puppy that I could easily hold in my arms,” she revealed, before adding later in the tribute piece, “At Fox News, everyone knew of Jasper – and even though he didn’t come to work with me, his presence was felt there as well.”

Jasper was a brown Vizsla. The American Kennel Club notes that the breed is known for forming “tight bonds” with their owners and “eager and graceful trotters of great stamina.”

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