Lost Dogs

UPDATE: The below was written on May 15, 2010, but today, June 1st, the owner reported the return of her lost dogs. I am always a sucker for a happy ending!! Way to go, Universe!

Today, I’m going to be a community bulletin board, in case someone can help. Anyone who has been following my blog for any length of time knows I have a sign in my office that says: “The more I get to know some people – the more I like dogs.” I don’t just like them, I think they are furry angels sent to guard and play with us and teach us how to really love.

BTW, for those following the Gideon saga, he had tolerated his first heart worm shot quite well, and is coming back into himself – which is a mixed blessing when trying to keep him quiet. He gets lots of pills, but I’ve found that Ricotta cheese works really well!

Please help us find these lost dogs. We are not sure where they ended up, but they could be in LA area. Please pass the word along to anyone you know who might have information about the people, the car, or the dogs.

We are getting the word out in LA about these dogs: The two Rat Terriers were picked up at Point 16 (near Lucia). The people who picked up the dogs, are presumed to be conscionable. They inquired with Avis at Lucia and with a Ranger at the Ranger Station on the South Coast of Big Sur.

Unfortunately no contact information was exchanged. There was mention of taking the two terriers to an animal shelter in San Luis Obispo but that has not manifested as of yet. We know that they were driving a Green or grey/silver Land Rover and were headed to LA?

One friend of the owner has been calling animal shelters in the LA area, another friend made the posters and is distributing them, another is keep Facebook up-to-date.

If you have any information, please call the above number, or email me at kwnovoa@mac.com Thank you.

4 thoughts on “Lost Dogs

  1. No reason not to check North as well, Santa Cruz County, Santa Clara, San Mateo etc. Heartbreaking. I hope they get home.

  2. I will keep my eyes & ears open. Also will post the poster on my FaceBook wall. Some of my friends live in SO CAL. I can’t imaging the grief their companion owners are going through. I’d be in shock if it was our 2 dogs.

  3. That’s why it pays to have tags – so you can get your dogs back AND return other peoples’ dogs.

  4. Yes, that helps, but microchips are really a better idea, now that the new law requires vets and shelters to scan for them. My smart aussie/bc mix managed to quickly whiggle out of his collar (with tags) while on a leash and got away from me in an open field next to Highway 68. I’ve tightened the collar. He could even do it with a halter. Fortunately, he ultimately listened to me and got back in the Jeep.

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