LOST DOGS: MacLean Lane, (Chance Harbour) Trenton, Pictou Co., NS — Husky/Shepherd Mixes, Males, 4 and 5 — “Odin and Oakley”

 

 

Odin and Oakley

Breed or Mix: Husky/Shepard Mixes

Sex: Male, Age: 4 and 5

Collar/Tags:  Odin: orange collar and Oakley: blue collar. (They are the exact same collar just different colours.)

Lost on: 07/23/2018

Area: MacLean Lane, Chance Harbour, Trenton, Pictou, NS

Additional Notes: They love to run and are usually tied up but they escaped on my mother when she arrived home from work last night around 730pm. They are very friendly but very large. Odin (black dog) is Oakleys father. They wont separate, they travel together. #NSLostDogNetOdinOakley

Please Contact: Please cross post and if you have any information contact: Kayla at 902-301-5198, Josh at 902-754-5647, or Home Phone at 902-755-4763

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Updates

  1. Joshua askeland submitted this update:

    As of 16:50 these two are still missing, with no one seeing them at all. If anyone thinks they’ve even seen them please text or call me

    • David Forbes submitted this update:

      Made 2 trips up and down Chance Harbour rd yest as well as Little Egypt rd. Gave info to friends that walk the Chance Harbour rd and a road painting crew working in Little Harbour also relative in Green’s Point. Would they be more likely to go to people or stick to the bush? In this heat they’d likely curl up in cool shady place. Will make a couple more trips today. (have food, water & leashes if I spot them.

      • Joshua askeland submitted this update:

        Thanks I appreciate your help. They are very friendly so if you see them they would probably come if you called their names. Day 4 today so I imagine they are hungry and willing to go to people more.

        • David Forbes submitted this update:

          Lady at Sumac Farms (large horse farm in Chance Harbour) is also on the lookout for them. There’s many horses and a lot of dogs there, so scent might attract them.

          • Joshua askeland submitted this update:

            That’s about 10 minutes from home so a perfect spot to keep an eye out, even though they could be anywheres I’m glad there are still people helping. Thank you

  2. Joshua askeland submitted this update:

    It’s been 11 days without any word. It’s been a very hot couple of weeks and we are still hopeful they are out there. If anyone hears about them, I hope to hear from you

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