HAPPY ENDING: Safe n’ Sound: Found: Roaming Dogs: Newtonville, Kings Co., NS — Beagles, Females, Older Adults — “Unknown”



HAPPY ENDING: Safe n’ Sound!! Yeah!! These two seniors are safe and off the roads and are now looking for their forever home via the Kings Branch of the SPCA.  Thank you to Tracy for getting these sweeties to safety. We are hoping for the best and a new loving home. (8.7.14 – 8.18.14)

Breed or Mix: Beagles

Sex: Females, Age: Older Adult

Collar/Tags: No collars/tags

Lost on: 08/07/2014

Area: Newtonville, Kings Co, NS

Additional Notes: Two female beagles. Both mature adults FOUND.

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  1. Tracy Horsman submitted this update

    Hi. I’m actually looking for an update on these two sweeties. It was noted on the NS Lost Dog Network that they were up for adoption at the Kings Branch SPCA. But their profile seems to have disappeared. I’m hoping you are able to let me know what’s happened with them. Thanks.

    • Ann submitted this update

      Thank you FaceBook … You can see any dog we post on Facebook by going into the menu on the right and hitting “Photos” … just scroll down until you get to the dog/s you are looking for. So, essentially, it is still there, just harder to find thanks to FB. We can’t keep every dog at the top of our FaceBook page and do try and bump some dogs back up as their search continues. As far as I know, and I will be updating this today, these two dogs are available for adoption from the Kings Branch of the SPCA. If you are interested that is who you should contact. In Nova Scotia it is the standard for Animal Services/Control to keep dogs for 72 in hopes of finding the owners. After which they are legally allowed to transfer ownership to the SPCA or Shelter that will adopt these dogs out. Thank you for your interest and I hope that helped answer your query.
      Ann Morrison

    • Ann submitted this update

      Sorry Tracy, upon updating them I just realized you were the wonderful person who got these sweeties to safety. Thank you so much for that. Please contact Kings SPCA for any updates. Fingers/Paws crossed that these two will find new loving homes, or even a home together. Thanks again,
      Ann Morrison

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