LOST DOG: 40 Macnab Lane, Seabright, Halifax Co., NS — Standard Poodle, Female, 6.5 years — “Coco”

 

Coco

MEDICAL ALERT: Epileptic – Multiple Seizures over the last few days, appears ill, and panting (discomfort). She may be hiding under a deck, shrubbery, an outbuilding – Please search your yards in an effort to get Coco to safety and the medical care she needs. Thank you.

Breed or Mix: Standard Poodle

Sex: Female, Age: 6.5 years

Collar/Tags: Pink collar with tags. Coco on one side and phone # on reverse side. Rabies vaccine on one tag. She is micro chipped.

Lost on: 01/15/2018

Area: 40 Macnab Lane, Seabright, Halifax, NS

Additional Notes: Coco is a sweet, gentle 6 year old black standard poodle. She has epilepsy and has been unwell for the past two days having had multiple seizures. She appeared ill and panting, which is not unusual for her when she has seizures. I let her out for a pee around 7:00 pm and she has not returned. She always returns within minutes. It is snowing and we have searched the property and no tracks to be found.

Please Contact: Please cross post and if you have any information contact: Shelagh  at 902-220-8601 or 902-821-2341

 

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Updates

  1. Shelagh Walsh submitted this update:

    We have searched our property and beyond and she is nowhere is site.

    • Shelagh Walsh submitted this update:

      It has been over two weeks since our Coco went missing. There have been no sightings and no clues. We miss her terribly. Not knowing is the worst. Did she become confused and wander off into the woods or get struck by a snow plow? Did she crawl under a tree to die? Did someone take her? I will never stop looking for our sweet girl

      • Ann submitted this update:

        Hi Shelagh,

        We are so sorry that there have been no sightings or leads to sweet Coco’s whereabouts. We have had dogs missing for much longer periods of time that got home safely. We hope that she will find her way back home or to someone who can help and that her medical issues do not impeed a speedy home coming. Sending her family and friends strength at this difficult time.

        Ann Morrison

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