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My family found a dog running around New Years Eve. Please, if you guys could help me reblog this and get the message out!
We found her wandering on December 31st, 2012, on 79th ave and Campsite road, on the South edge of Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada. She was running up to vehicles, trying to hop into them.
She looks to be a Border Collie cross. Medium sized dog. Usual border collie pattern, but with spots on her white ‘booties’ on her legs. She has a tattoo on her right ear, but is not an ID code. We found her without a collar or tags.
Already called the local pet shelters and took her into the SPCA. She hasn’t matched any reported missing dogs and she isn’t chipped.
She’s familiar with people and obviously domesticated. Once she ate some kibble, she immediately rolled over for belly rubs and hasn’t stopped since. She must have a home.
This is a urgent guys, please if you could spread this around it would help so much. This dog was found with no collar or any ID to lead us to the owner! I want to find her owner, not give her away to random people, or the pound. Please help me find her owner!
***FOUND DOG IN WEST HEMPSTEAD, NY*****Female Jack Russel Terrier found along Eagle Ave on the corner of Taft St in West Hempstead, NY (Long Island). She had no collar, but she’s very sweet and we’d like to find her family!
PLEASE message me if she is your dog or you know where she lives!
We found her home!
Her name is Whitney, and she lives with a lovely woman in out town. Get this, the woman and her husband used to breed Jack Russel Terriers, and Whitney and her sister were the last two they bred together before he passed away. When we brought Whitney back to her, she was crying out of happiness, and the two dogs were jumping all over each other in their excitement at being reunited.
I’m so glad she’s back in her happy home now.
Found: 1 small black dog, female (possibly a terrier mix), at the corner of Manchaca and Ben White (Austin, TX), playing in traffic at a red light.
If you are the owner of this dog, fear not! We picked her up out of the road and took her home for safekeeping. My mother drove around the neighborhood first, looking for anyone that seemed to be looking for a dog, but she couldn’t find anyone. We won’t be putting out paper “Found!” posters until the rain clears up, but we’re starting our search online.
Your dog is safe (and she smells nice)!
To get in touch with us so we can give you your dog back, you can contact me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or here on Tumblr (turnabout-taisa.tumblr.com), OR you can even call me at (512) 788 8616.
If this is NOT your dog, please signal boost the hell out of this. We really can’t keep a dog right now (we already have two cats, which maxes out the amount of pets we’re allowed to have at this apartment), and I would absolutely hate to have to find a home for her when it’s so obvious that she’s been very well-cared-for. Someone must miss her very much.