HAPPY ENDING: Home, Safe n’ Sound: Lost Dogs: Beaver Bank, Halifax Co., NS — Sophie: Large Black Terrier Mix, Female, 4 yrs and Charlie: Husky/Shepherd Mix, Male, 3 yrs — “Sophie & Charlie”

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Sophie & Charlie

HAPPY ENDING: Home, Safe n’ Sound!! Yippee!! From their Family: “They Have both been found!!!! Thank you everyone for your thought prayers and time. My beautiful babies are exhausted and sore but are good. Thank you for helping me bring them back home!!!! Thank you Nova Scotia Lost Dog Network!!!!!!!” Fantastic news, thanks to all who cared and shared their info…Yeah!! (4.8.15 – 4.11.15)

UPDATE: 4.10.15 – Half a Happy Ending: Sophie is HOME!! From their family: ”She found her way. Still looking for Charlie!!!!!”

Breed or Mix: Sophie: Large black Terrier Mix, and Charlie: Shepherd/Husky Mix

Sex: Sophie: Female, and Charlie: Male Age: Sophie: 4 yrs, Charlie: 3 yrs

Collar/Tags: Black collar

Lost on: 04/08/2015

Area: Beaver Bank, Halifax, NS

Additional Notes: Sophie looks like a Wolfhound and Charlie is a husky/Shepherd mix.

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Updates

  1. Jennifer tanner submitted this update:

    still no site of my babies. They were seen on the day they went missing in Wellington by the orange gate in Kings road. No other signs we think they maybe in the woods between sandy lake road and kings road. We are having a search party 9-11 tomorrow morning. We are meeting at the beaverbank Kinsac Fire station. Any help we be greatly appreciated

    • Ann submitted this update:

      If anyone choses to join this searching party, please know you are doing so at your own risk. All precautions should be taken to keep everyone safe, including no one going in alone, everyone should have a well charged Cell Phone, Florescent Clothing, Staying on Trails, etc. Everyone should be trained in how to approach a lost dog before heading out.

      Ann Morrison

    • Janet Chernin submitted this update:

      Hi Jennifer – have you posted this Search Party. As Ann pointed out it is good to be prudent. It might be a good idea to print off some information in point form to give to anyone that joins you to search on how to find a lost dog and to make sure that everyone understands NOT to yell, NOT to chase etc.
      http://www.jacksonvillesheltierescue.org/page8.htm
      Janet Chernin

      • Jennifer Tanner submitted this update:

        They Have both been found!!!! Thank you everyone for your thought prayers and time. My beautiful babies are exhausted and sore but are good. Thank you for helping me bring them back home!!!! Thank you Nova Scotia Lost Dog Network!!!!!!!

        • Janet Chernin submitted this update:

          Terrific news indeed! Do make sure to check Charlie all over for any nicks or cuts. We suggest NOT to feed too much at one. Bland food is best like boiled hamburger & rice – in small quantities more frequently 4-5 times a day.
          All the best,
          Janet Chernin/ Ann Morrison

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