HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Simon: GSHPointer/Beagle Mix, male, neutered, blue harness – Kentville, NS

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Simon: GSHPointer/Beagle Mix, male, neutered, blue harness - Kentville, NS

Happy Ending: Home Safe n’ Sound: “…great news SIMON is FOUND! Yeah – he was picked up by Animal Services. HAPPY ENDING!”

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LOST DOG: Kentville (owner lives in Berwick) MALE: German wire haired pointer crossed with a beagle NAME: Simon Simon is 8 years old, Neutered and wearing a blue harness – has town of Berwick tags. Missing on July 10/11 at 3:30pm. Simon has a docked tail. He is a friendly dog but may be afraid of men/people with dark hair.

Happy Ending: Home Safe n' Sound: Gidget: Terrier Mix, blonde, female – Spryfield, HRM

Happy Ending: Home Safe n' Sound: Gidget: Terrier Mix, blonde, female - Spryfield, HRM

Happy Ending: Home Safe n’ Sound: “disturbing situation – her dog was found at her neighbourhood gas station – IN THE DUMPSTER … thank dog the manager heard the dog crying. Suffice to say she is alerting Animal Control and possibly the police of this situation.”

Spryfield/HRM/- Female: Small terrier mix. Her Name is GIDGET – went missing Saturday night.

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Ruby: Shepherd, female, black with a little brown – Lower Sackville, HRM, NS

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Ruby: Shepherd, female, black with a little brown - Lower Sackville, HRM, NS

Happy Ending: Home Safe n’ Sound: From the owner: “Ruby has been found. She was picked up by animal control last night. Thank you to everyone who reposted this message and who helped by keeping an eye out for her :)”

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LOST DOG: Lower Sackville. FEMALE Shepherd,who is almost all black with just a little brown at her paws. NAME: RUBY – is a 50lb German Shepherd who is almost all black with just a little brown at her paws,has a little bend in her tail at the tip, and is wearing a red collar:no tags.

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Rodie: Border Collie, black & white, male, 1.5 yrs old – Cambridge, Kings County

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Rodie: Border Collie, black & white, male, 1.5 yrs old - Cambridge, Kings County

Happy Ending: From the owners: “We Have found the dog!! He has lost a lot of weight and covered alot of ground but he is alright just hungry and tired. Thanks so much for everyone’s help!!”  Home safe and sound… thanks everyone!!

Lost Dog: Cambridge, Kings county. Male: 1 1/2 year old un-neutered black and white border collie. Name: RODIE Mostly black with small amount of white. Was wearing a red collar but does not have any tags. Dog will probably be very timid if approached. Went missing just off highway 1 in cambridge at 8:30 Am July 7th.

FOUND: Roaming Dog: Lab Mix?, female, black with white feet, purple collar – Guest Dr, Bible Hill, Truro

FOUND: Roaming Dog: Lab Mix?, female, black with white feet, purple collar - Guest Dr, Bible Hill, Truro

Found: Female black cross (about 40lbs) white feet with a purple collar found on Guest Drive, Bible Hill. No tags, just under 1 year old and appears to be in heat (most likely why she wondered off) Very timid and misses her home! Will keep at our place until Friday afternoon. Call:

(902) 843-5141

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Fogerty: Black Lab, 1 yr old, male, friendly – Clarence St Area, Amherst, NS

LOST DOG: Fogerty: Black Lab, 1 yr old, male, friendly - Clarence St Area, Amherst, NS

Happy Ending: Home Safe n’ Sound July 8th, 2011.  Yippee!! So glad Fogerty is home and thanks to all who helped.

LOST DOG: Amherst, NS (Clarence St/Spring St area) Cumberland County Black 1 year old Lab.
His name is Fogerty and he is a very friendly. Missing since: Wed, July 6th in the morning without his collar.
If you have seen him, please call: 

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: McGuire: Wheaten Terrier, tan, shaggy, male, 2 yrs old – 110 Fall River Rd, NS

Happy Ending: Home safe n’ sound.  This dog has been returned to the owners. Yippee!!

NOTE: STOCK PHOTO - NOT a picture of McGuire.

 

Lost Dog: Fall River/ Fall River Rd. Male: Wheaten Terrier – 2 years old. Name: McGuire. His coat is long and shaggy – tan in color. He was not wearing a collar. Went missing July 6th – 7:30 pm. NOTE: STOCK PHOTO – NOT a picture of McGuire.

LOST DOG: Melo: Husky Puppy, female, 4 months old – Catherine Court Area, Wolfville

LOST DOG: Melo: Husky Puppy, female, 4 months old - Catherine Court Area, Wolfville

LOST DOG: Wolfville Female: Young four month old Husky Name: MELO went missing on July 4th. PLEASE look for this wee puppy. Please contact Jessica if you find this dog or have a sighting. GUJessica 寒冬 wo_ai_ni07@hotmail.com 902-999-5717, we are at Catherin court wolfville.

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Black Lab, older, male, brown leather collar – Greenwood Heights, NS

 

FOUND: Older Black Lab, Greenwood Heights, Timberlea, NS

Happy Ending: Home safe n’ sound. This pooch was reunited with it’s owners, thanks to all who tracked down this info for us!

Posted to NS Lost Dog Network Discussions page on facebook:


“Had an older heavier black lab with a brown leather collar (no tags) roaming around the house today, brought him in, watered him down (he was hot) and called animal services where he is now… so if anyone in the Greenwood heights area has lost or knows someone who has lost him, call animal services… he looks well taken care of, someone is missing him!”

The Importance of the Poster

This was added to the discussions of our Facebook page by a woman who recently found her lost dog with the help of posters.
Janet Patterson

I felt I just had to make a point of how important it is to get those posters out, as many as you can, wherever you can.Yesterday and today I have been pulling them down and also have others gathering up in their neighborhoods. So far, out of approximately 60 posters (about 2/3 of the ones put up) more than 75% had one or more ‘tabs’ removed. That means that at least 45 more people were aware Sasha was missing and were concerned enough to have the info on hand should they have spotted her. How many others did they inform? Had it not been for those posters located in well travelled or highly frequented spots (apologies to Canada Post) I might not have my girl home with me.If you don’t have a printer, ask a friend. Will your place of employment allow you to print some? Check your local pharmacy, hardware store, vet., even your church, they may be more than happy to help. Please do not overlook the importance of getting the word out EVERYWHERE! And believe me you will meet many caring and wonderful pet owners who will also help spread the word and who also may someday be in need of the same support.