UPDATE: Polar and her owner, Derek Waters were reunited this afternoon. Thanks everyone for all the help!
Know this dog and who her owner is?
”I’m a ranger with State Parks here in Big Sur. This morning, someone dropped a big white dog named Polar at the Pfeiffer Big Sur kiosk. She weighs about 100 pounds and has a rabies vaccine tag from Grass Valley and 707 and 831 phone numbers, neither of which were answered. The good samaritan said he found her walking on Hwy. 1 near the Henry Miller Library.”
UPDATE – OWNER AND DOG REUNITED ON TUESDAY. THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED.
My name is Chelsea Smeaton and my husband and I found a male Kobe pit bull wandering Highway 1 right next to entrance to treebones on Saturday morning at around 7:45 7/27. We spoke to Miranda at Plaskett and she gave us the impression that you had been contacted but just wanted to follow up. We have the dog with us and are heading back down South. We were told that you might be able to help locate the owners. Please email me back if you are able to find them…this picture is up the hwy at gorda market and plaskett as well as downtown near Big Sur bakery.
We will foster the dog until his owners are found. (If this is your dog, please contact Chelsea at firstname.lastname@example.org)
UPDATE: TANK HAS BEEN FOUND.
The spotweiller (Aussie/Rottweiler mix) named Tank went missing about 11 pm Wednesday night from the Bryson/Hesperia area, about 15 miles east of Three Peaks. He could be at the Lakes, in our back country, FHL – he could be anywhere. Please keep an eye out for him.
He is the one standing in front on the left:
If found, call Crystal Wilson at 805-952-3738
Bear was not a loud dog, except outside when guarding us. He was a sweet dog. His tail was always wagging. He didn’t scratch to be let in or out, he waited for others to do that, and then tagged along. He was sometimes stubborn about coming in for dinner if he wasn’t finished with his duties.
As my FB and twitter followers know, Bear passed yesterday just before 3 pm. I called him Bear, or Bear Dog. This photo was taken in December of 2016 – the day Gideon died. Bear will always be in my heart, right alongside his papa, Gideon, and his sister, Miranda. It seems so quiet today, even though he was not a loud dog. I think it is the one less heartbeat in my house that makes it so quiet. Run and play free, my beautiful, loving boy.
Dog and owner reunited. YAY!!
Small black male dog
Tag says name is Issue
Found on Tassajara Rd one mile in from CVR
Posted by Iris McWilliams on FB
I first reported on this lost dog 3 days ago, and now…
Susi the missing service dog from Colorado has been found!!
We are happy to report that Susi, who was taken from Colorado in June, has been located. The circumstances surrounding her disappearance and recovery are being investigated.
Susi seemed to enjoy her ride in a Monterey County Patrol car.
Susi was stolen on 6/20/27 in Loveland, CO. She has been featured on our local news, as a MoCo woman befriended Susie’s owner, and is believed to have stolen her. Call 720-220-8114 if you have any information or have seen this sweet beauty.
THANKS TO ALL WHO KEPT AN EYE OUT AND PASSED THE WORD. JANGO HAS BEEN FOUND!
It was suggested to me that I contact you regarding a lost dog in the Arroyo Seco area. A very friendly woman that works for the campsites there (whose name I have forgotten at the moment) thought you would be a good source for spreading the word.
Jango has been missing since Sunday afternoon when he was hiking with his owner, Rich. He is a Dutch Shepard and weighs about 110lbs. He is very friendly to people of all ages, other dogs and animals.
If anyone has any information, they can contact myself, Kendra 408) 508-9391 Steve 530) 966-0373 or Brian 408) 505-4445. Rich has been out hiking the area looking for Jango and his cell won’t be as reliable.
His owner, Rich, has already alrerted local authorities and contacted the shelter.
Any help you can give us in getting his picture and info out is greatly appreciated. He is very loved by a lot of extended family.
Thank you so much,