LOST DOG: 503 East Victoria Street, Amherst, Cumberland Co., NS — Scottish Terrier (Scottie), Female, 16 months — “Bentley”



Breed or Mix: Scottish Terrier (Scottie)

Sex: Female, Age: 16 months

Collar/Tags: Red bone shaped tag with name and telephone number on a Red Nylon Woven Collar. She is also tattooed on her tummy

Lost on: 12/02/2013

Area: On the marsh behind 503 East Victoria Street, Amherst, Cumberland, NS

Additional Notes: She was lost on the Marsh behind this address. Bentley is a very sweet natured dog who is slightly nervous around strangers and does not like going in cars. She is mostly black with a few grey hairs but a white bottom. She has a bone shaped tag with her name and telephone number and is tattooed

Please Contact: Please cross post and if you have any information contact: Adrian or Eleanor Bligh, Adrianbligh@icloud.com 1-506-638-6200
Home is 1-902-660-5181 and my cell is 1-902-297-9424


  1. Eleanor submitted this update

    There have been a couple of sightings of a dog being walked that ‘looks like Bentley’ in the Winston/Belliveau Avenue and E Pleasant St area of Amherst. If this can be confirmed or ruled out that would be great. If anyone sees anything please try and find out where the dog is being walked to (address) so we can check this out. We are still desperately searching and want to check every possibility.

  2. melodie submitted this update

    Hi I seen a younger white male slim build walking a dog exactly like bently walking towards the four way stop past kens grocery and made a right turn at the four way. I couldn’t see his face it was around 8 pm

  3. jill submitted this update

    Hi. Myself and a couple of others walk along the marsh trail that runs parallel to Victoria Street, towards the marshes. For the past 3 days we have heard a dog barking and sounds like its coming from a treed area towards the Tantramar marshes. There is a high pitch to the bark like a smaller dog, or a dog in distress. a few barks, then nothing, then a few more barks and repeat a few times, then quiet. I went into the wooded area today with the snowshoes, but couldn’t find anything, nor hear anything… We’ve only heard it just before dusk. Could be a coyote pup (not sure if it’s the season or not(??)? or any number of things, but if anyone’s along the trail, keep your eyes and ears open.

    • Ann submitted this update

      Hey Jill,

      Thank you so much for reporting this here and taking the time to look into this further. Please report your ‘sighting’ to Animal Services: 597-8737. Explain about Bentley as well. It’s important that folks know there may be a dog, any dog, out there.

      Again, thank you so much,

      Ann Morrison

    • Janet Chernin submitted this update

      Hello Jill,

      Thanks for sending this in. Coyote pups are normally born in April or May. Can you take a picture of the location that you are hearing the barks from on your next walk? If you could get a GPS location that would be wonderful.

      Janet Chernin

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