HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dogs: Two English Setters, female, spayed: Rosa, orange ticked, 1 yr old & Sophie black ticked, 3 yr old – Greenfield, Queens County

LOST DOGS: Two English Setters, female, spayed: Rosa, orange ticked, 1 yr old & Sophie black ticked, 3 yr old - Greenfield, Queens County

LOST DOGS: Two English Setters, female, spayed: Rosa, orange ticked, 1 yr old & Sophie black ticked, 3 yr old - Greenfield, Queens County

June 14/11 – HAPPY ENDING: Home safe n’ sound:
“At 11:30 tonight our dogs arrived at the door,3 days and 6 hours after they disappeared. We all laughed and cried at the same time. Sophie and Rosa were wet, tired, and hungry and had quite a few ticks on them but were otherwise in very good shape. Rosa was especially traumatized by the whole thing but they are sleeping peacefully now so I would say that we are one lucky family. Thanks to all my friends who gave us much needed support, esp. JoAnne who opened a few doors so that we could get the best help. I will always be grateful.

PS The prayers were a big help too!!!!”

Yippee!! What wonderful news!!  It must have been something to hear the dogs at the door… I would have loved to have been there… fantastic!!

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LOST DOGS: Two English Setters from Greenfield, Queens County.  Rosa: Orange Ticked, female, spayed 1 yr old  and Sophie, her Mother, Black Ticked, female spayed, 3 yr old. The girls have been missing since Friday, June 10, 2011.  The dogs are very friendly and are most likely very frightened being away from home so long. PLEASE contact us if you have any information regarding the whereabouts of our dogs. Thanks.

“Both dogs have been spayed, are wearing collars with dog registration tags (Queens County), are friendly and won’t bite. They also love to hunt and can travel far in a few days. Say a big prayer for them!”

 

LOST DOG: Jake: Labrador Retreiver, male, 11 yrs old, greying muzzle, health problems – Beaverdam Trail, Labelle, Queens County

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LOST DOG: Jake: Labrador Retreiver, male, 11 yrs old, greying muzzle, health problems - Beaverdam Trail, Labelle, Queens County

LOST DOG: JAKE

Lost Dog: Jake - Black Lab

LOST DOG: from Beaverdam Trail, Labelle, Queens County as of 6:00pm, Sunday June 12th. MALE: 11 yr old Black Labrador Retriever, greying muzzle and tattoo on left ear. Answers to the name Jake. This dog has numerous health problems and is missed by his family! He went missing from 268 Beaverdam Trail in Labelle near the boat slip on Sunday, June 12th at 6:00pm. Please help us bring him home. Call Holly at 350-0012, Shane at 350-3210 or 350-0704.

 



HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Pom/Pug Mix, male, black with white – Upper Sackville, HRM

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Pom/Pug Mix, male, black with white - Upper Sackville, HRM

June 13/11 – Happy Ending: Home safe n’ sound: “We had called Animal Control to report a found dog and the owners also called them to report their dog missing so they were able to match us up. He was very content spending last night with us but I’m sure he’ll be very excited to be back home again. Sounds like they were very worried about him.”  Thank you to the kind people who took care of him and all those who shared the info.  Yeah!!

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FOUND DOG: roaming UPPER SACKVILLE – 3pm. June 12/11. Male dog: Appears to be young possibly a Pom/Pug mix. Wearing a black collar no tags. If you know this dog – please contact

RAINBOW BRIDGE: LOST DOG: Bear: Pit Bull, all white with a brown spot on back, male – MacLean St., New Glasgow, NS

 

RAINBOW BRIDGE: LOST DOG: Bear: Pit Bull, all white with a brown spot on back, male - MacLean St., New Glasgow, NS

SAD NEWS: Bear was struck by a car and passed away – we at NSLDN send our sincere condolences to his owners. (JanetC)

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LOST DOG: NEW GLASGOW/MacLean Street Male pitbull Name is BEAR. All white with a brown spot on his back Went missing Sat June 11 around 11 am someone had taken him off his leash and also took off his tags. His name is BEAR and has a collar on with BEAR imprinted on it. He is a friendly dog. Please call if you see him.

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Gunner: German Shepherd, male, one floppy ear – Halifax, NS

Happy Ending: Gunner is home safe and sound.  Thanks everyone!
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I lost my german shepard between the hours of 10pm and 12am Friday evening June 10th. His name is Gunner Has one floppy ear, two in a half years old. I just got him as a rescue a month ago… he does not have tags yet but has a black canvas collar with a silver buckle. Cash reward if you can help me find my dog. Thank you!

 

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Kele: Border Collie Mix, female – Mt Pleasant Rd, Mt Pleasant, NS

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Lost Dog: Kele: Border Collie Mix, female - Mt Pleasant Rd, Mt Pleasant, NS

June 13/11 – Happy Ending: Kele is home safe n’ sound – She came home on her own, good and dirty, but home safe!! Yeah! Thank you everyone!!

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LOST DOG: OXFORD /  Mt Pleasant Rd went missing June 8th 5PM
FEMALE BC CROSS 6 Years old named KELE … she is shy of people – please use a calm approach or if you site her contact

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Beagle, male, older – Shelburne Area, NS

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Beagle, male, older - Shelburne Area, NS

June 8/11, 23:00 – Happy Ending: Home safe n’ sound.  Thank you for taking him in, and thank you to those that shared the news.

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FOUND DOG: Birchtown on Reid’s Hill / Shelburne County, Senior Male Beagle, All white face, brown head, white around neck, black body, white tip tail and legs, wearing a blue collar. Intact.

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Lemon Beagle, Adult, Female – Coldbrook, NS

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Lemon Beagle, Adult, Female - Coldbrook, NS

Happy Ending: Home safe n’ sound with family.  Thanks for spreading the word and to the wonderful people who took her in and kept her safe.  Yippee!!!

FOUND: Coldbrook area:Friday, June 3, 2011 – ‘lemon’ beagle Mostly white with few light tan spots. May have had pups in the past. No collar. Well behaved, house trained and looked after. She is very friendly. Please phone Richard at 902-679-3457 to recover your pet. (JanetC)

UPDATE: Happy Ending: Home Safe n' Sound: Bud: Shepherd/Bernese Mtn Dog, male, 90 lbs, brown/black – Belmont, Truro Area

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Bud: Shepherd/Bernese Mtn Dog, male, 90 lbs, brown/black - Belmont, Truro Area

June 13/11 – UPDATE: “Bud is doing great he’s put all his weight back on and is back to his playful self.”  Amazingly resilient… dogs are amazing!  Thanks Amanda for the update we are all so pleased.  Enjoy your summer!

Feb. 17, 2011

FOUND: BUD, Shepherd/Bernese Mt. Dog, Belmont area, outside Truro. Found trapped for almost a week in a Coyote Snare… alive and in surgery… our thoughts and prayers go out to Bud and his family tonight.

 

“LOST DOG: Our family dog Bud has went missing, we have looked everywhere and have had no luck. He’s about 80-90 lbs German Shepard/Bernese Mountian Dog, fixed, very friendly. He should be wearing a camo neck scarf….Last seen in the Belmont area, outside TruroPlease call or email if you have any information, good or bad!!”

 

BUD was found today… His Uncle went out on his Skidoo into the woods behind his house.  Stopping to turn off the engine and call for Bud, he was finally heard crying in the distance. Bud was found caught in a trap..a snare around his neck.  It was so tight and deep, it was hard to get him loose.  With much difficulty Bud was freed and brought back home on the skidoo.  His family took him immediately to the Vets.  And that is where he is now… Bud will be going under surgery tonight to clean up the infection and to sew his muscle and tissue back together.  We must all keep him in our thoughts.  The Vet was hopeful and said that Bud was very lucky as his arteries were not damaged.  She is confident that Bud will get home in the next day or so.

 

Buds little friend, the families daughter is a little in awe of all this as she was there when Bud came out of the woods.  The vet told her that Bud is going to look a little like Frankenstein as he will have stitches all the way around his neck.  It’s going to look like his head has been sewn back on.  That’s a lot for any of us to digest.

 

Trappers, by law, are expected to check their traps every two days.  It looks like Bud was in the trap since Sunday past.  Breaks my heart.  I’ve heard trappers tell me that dogs in snares are different as they are used to being on leash and don’t pull on the snare.  This is so not true.  Snares are like very strong, metal, cable ties… with each pull the snare locks another notch tighter.  In these heady days of the Coyote Cull we need to be diligent in educating ourselves on how to remove snares and even learn to carry wire cutters on our woodland walks.  We will be adding a document tonight to our notes on how to remove traps and snares.

 

We are pleased that Bud has been very brave and now he is so close to coming home.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mister Bud and his family.  Thank you for allowing us to share and learn from Buds story.

HAPPY ENDING: Home Safe n' Sound: Found: Roaming Dog: Basset Hound/Beagle Mix, female, adult – Hebb's Cross, Hwy 103, NS

FOUND: Roaming Dog: Basset Hound/Beagle Mix, female - Hebb's Corner, Hwy 103, NS

HAPPY TAILS and ENDING – ELIZABETH is reunited with her owners! Kudos and a huge thank you to Wendy. It is all about caring and sharing! Happy dance here at the Casbah! (JanetC)

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FOUND DOG: Hebb’s Cross / 103 highway FemaleBasset Hound/Beagle,approx 2-3 years old. Appears to have had puppies. Mostly white with tan markings,red cloth collar,no tags. 04/06 11 am. Wandering in and out of traffic along Highway 103 near the Blarney Stone Restaurant,Lunenburg County.Very friendly.Will sit,speak and give paw for treats