RESOLVED: SAFE: Lost Dog: Slayter Street, Dartmouth, Halifax Co., NS — Jack Russell/Australian Cattle oDg mix, Female, Less than 1 year — "Sasha"


RESOLVED: SAFE!! Sasha was just trying to get back home when she was hit by a car… thanks to a good Samaritan, Animal Control was called and she was rushed to the Vet where she was identified (micro chip) and assessed.  As it turns out, poor Sasha has a broken jaw and head trauma.  She is still being cared for at the vets and our thoughts and prayers go out to her for a full recovery.  If you would like to help, Animal Rescue Coalitions have taken custody and are asking for donations to help cover her $2500 vet bill.  Her website is here:.


UPDATE: 1/28/12 – 20:20 – ‎*** Sasha was being fostered in Cole Harbour – … and may be trying to get back to her foster home. *** (JanetC)


Breed or Mix: Jack Russell/Australian cattle dog mix

Sex: Female, Age: Less than 1 year

Collar/Tags: collar with registration tags

Lost on: 01/28/2012

Area: Last seen on Slayter Street, Dartmouth, Halifax, NS

Additional Notes: Sasha is a 1 year old Jack Russell/Australian cattle dog mix (white with blonde/brown patches), rescue dog who bolted from my home on Russell St. in Halifax at 3:30 PM Jan. 28th, 2012, ran across the MacDonald Bridge and ran down Slayter heading north. Last seen at 4:10 PM on Slayer St. She is frightened of most people and very fast. She is small (24.5 llb), mostly tan and white with dark patches around her eyes and a white streak down her nose. …

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  1. Kari Slaunwhite submitted this update

    I do not know where Sasha is unfortuantly but i do know Sasha from previous owners and i have her sister as well. The birthday for these cuties is August 17th,2010. I really hope she is found safe! She’s such a wonderful loving friend. <3

  2. Janet Chernin submitted this update

    Sasha is found and is at the Vet getting an assessment.

  3. Anita submitted this update

    Would just like to clarify that animal control did not rush this dog to vet. They may have been called but good Samaritan Angela Smith stopped her car after many others continued to drive over Sasha while she lay helpless after being struck!. Angela reacted selflessly and got Sasha off the busy 118(near bridgevtoll booths)and rushed her to vets.

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