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RE: dogs/lost

I hope he's home by the time you read this. 
Knock on doors, put up flyers even if you don't have a picture, keep
calling any and all shelters in the vicinity, put a lost ad in the
paper. You can also put a notice in Petfinder (www.petfinder.com), can't


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
Behalf Of Judy Browning
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 9:31 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] dogs/lost

My son let the dogs out while I was at work, didn't watch them & then
took off to give his nephew a ride to a meeting. When I got home a
couple hours later, one was home & one was missing. Grrr.
I've left a message with the Humane Society, called the Police, and
walked around the block calling. I don't have a good picture of him,
haven't been able to reach his former owner to borrow one of hers. Any
suggestions on finding lost dogs?
It's pouring rain & chilly tonight, but not freezing, thank goodness.
The police got a report of a small dog a few blocks away from here, but
couldn't find it. Will probably walk around over there tomorrow.
Had a great day at home yesterday, DH & I cleaned up the back yard &
flower borders. 67F, sunny, perfect day to be outside. The dogs followed
us around eating walnuts when we stepprd on them.  Crocus are in bloom &
daffodils in bud, neighbor's daffs are blooming against her west-facing
wall. She never sees them, I sure enjoy them. My mom-in-law planted them
years ago when she lived there. Spring is here off & on.
Judy B 

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