HAPPY ENDING: Home, Safe n’ Sound: Lost Dog: Dartmouth, Halifax Co., NS — Smooth Fox Terrier Mix, Female, 1 1/2 yrs old — “Izzy”



HAPPY ENDING: Home, Safe n’ Sound!! Yippee!! We thank all that cared and shared and those that reported sightings. Great Job! “Great news because of NS Lost Dog Network, Izzy was found today. Thank you very much” (3.12.14 – 3.14.15)

Breed or Mix: Smooth Fox Terrier Mix

Sex: Female, Age: 1 1/2 yrs old

Collar/Tags: Soft Pink Harness and Green and Pink Collar, Pet Watch Tag and HRM Dog License, Microchipped

Lost on: 03/12/2015

Area:  Dartmouth, Halifax, NS

Additional Notes: Izzy is a very sweet girl but a bit timid. She has been micro-chipped. She was last seem March 12 at 9:30 am near Penhorn. She is wearing a light pink harness, a pink and green collar, with her HRM tag and her pet watch tag.

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  1. Elizabeth submitted this update

    I pray that you find Izzy; it is so cold outdoor’s!

    • joan submitted this update

      Hi, I was at Brightwood golf course yesterday and there was a pup that looked just like Izzy, but didn’t have the pink harness. I am hoping it is the same puppy? Where was Izzy found and did she have a limp when found as the one I saw did. I did report it to the SPCA. I couldn’t catch her as she shyed away when I walked towards her. If it is not her I am going back tomorrow to see if I can find her.


      • Ann submitted this update

        Thank you Joan, I believe that must have been Izzy as that is where she was found. Thank you so much for trying to catch her and especially for taking the time to report this to hopefully you meant Animal Control. We are thrilled that Izzy was found and is safe at home. Thank you.

        Ann Morrison

        • joan submitted this update

          I am so happy to hear that Izzy is back home with her family! Thanks for letting me know, as I now can rest easy that she has been found.


  2. Elizabeth submitted this update

    The Brightwood golf course, is a long way from Celtic Drive, she travelled a long way/

    • Janet Chernin submitted this update

      Hi Elizabeth,

      Actually it isn’t that far – only about 2.8 kms. Most dogs when on the run can travel very fast and far.
      Thanks for caring,
      Janet Chernin

      • joan submitted this update

        Hi all
        The problem with getting lost on the golf course is that there is only one way in and out and I was concerned that the pup would not find her way out! But luckily she was found and before the Blizzard!! I am very happy that she has returned to her family! She seemed like such a sweet pup, but shy and would not let a stranger approach her.


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