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LOST -- most likely STOLEN!
6 month-old Bernese Mountain Dog puppy
"Guinnie" disappeared out of her owner's yard in the
Finley area outside of Kennewick, Washington (near Finley and
Cochran Roads) early Friday evening. Guinnie weighs about 50
pounds and has more white on one side of her muzzle than the
other and big white paws. She is microchipped for permanent
Call Nancy Schultz at
or me (Amy Tucker) at
Chanel is still
If you or anyone you
know in the OLYMPIA/TACOMA/SEATTLE AREA could help, please
contact Kathy or Erika (numbers in the shared post below). All
ready hands are needed, and all good thoughts are welcome.
PLEASE HELP!! A plea
for HELP to all of my FB and longtime friends in the
Olympia/Tacoma/Seattle area We desperately need more manpower to
help in the hunt for Kathy Jone's saluki Chanel. She has been
missing since Wednesday, March 5th in Shelton WA (Olympia area)
If ANY of you have a kennel club, or dog training group or group
of individuals who would kindly donate part of their weekend to
help in the search for our girl, we would be eternally
grateful....this is a fairly quiet area with quite a bit of
forested land near the water... so with more people searching,
there is a very good chance that Chanel will be found. She could
be injured and holed up somewhere and there are just not enough
hours in the day for Kathy and her family and friends to search
every nook and cranny. As dog friends we are famous for sticking
together and helping each other and we all know painfully well
that this could happen to any of us. If you have any time that
you could spare to the search, Kathy's contact number is 206
356-9176, or Erika Parton 360 701-7270
Berner in Maryland
Now reunited with
Mary Beth Collins
For the Love of Louie
- Baltimore's Lost Dogs
Update on Still Lost
female Bernese Mountain dog - 2 people saw her last night (2/14)
in Roland Park at Bellemore Rd and St. George's Rd. She was seen
tonight near 5704 Roland. She may answer to Raven or Rosie
Update 2/16 -We
looked with owners there last night for another hour but they
went this am and we just heard the happy news.
Berner (now called Houdini by the Essex ACO!) is
still in Essex. Four days ago he was sighted in the marsh taking
a nap on a snow patch. Later that day he followed a residents
dog to her farm where he started to follow the resident dog into
the barn. The owner followed quietly & slowly behind (the
Berner didnt see her) & just as she was about to close
the dogs into the barn, a neighbor came running & shouting,Thats
the lost dog! which spooked the Berner & he reversed &
bolted & took off back into the marsh. (Just the kind of bad
move Patricia had warned about in her email.) Since then the
Berner has been spotted all over Essex. He followed a man who
was walking his dog near the marsh, but ran away when other
people appeared. He was seen walking near the docks in downtown
Essex. He was last seen today in the marsh. The marsh seems to
be his home base or comfort zone. The ACOs hope is that he
establishes himself there and will regularly come out &
gradually acclimate to people. There are many clammers in the
marsh & the ACO has alerted them to the dog. He may be lured
to them by food. The ACO & the Essex PD are still taking
reports & keeping track of the Berner. The plan now is to
let the Berner get accustomed to people on his own terms in the
hopes that hell become approachable & catchable over
time. He appears to be OKhes not thinning & he
doesnt appear to have any injury from the run-in with the
car. So, lets keep our hopes up that the Essex Berner will
come in soon!
LOS GATOS, CA
On November 21st the Gallatin Family lost their 4-legged
family member, Boo, in a storm. They had just moved to the area
the day before. A big wind storm hit, and a transformer blew
up...... Boo is still on the run. He has traveled many miles and
has been sighted multiple times.
The Gallatins have fought for Boo at each step of the way,
They have done all the right things. They deserve the ultimate
holiday gift of having Boo home.
- Boo, the Berner missing in the Napa Valley area of CA was
recovered yesterday afternoon
alive, safe and in remarkably
good shape after 30 DAYS on his own. Boo was uniquely suited to
survive the situation and he did! It is an amazing story!
Missing In Ramona, CA
Telephone 760 703 8537
Location: Range Road 14 - outside of
Bowden, Alberta, Canada.
A 2 year old female Bernese Mountain Dog named Ruby, went
missing from her owner's yard on May 26th/13. She is friendly
but may not come to strangers. She is not wearing a collar but
Please help bring Ruby home.
BMDCC President & Rescue Chair
Missing since midday on Sunday 10th February
Bristol area, UK
A neutered, adult male Bernese Mountain Dog
He was last seen at around 6.30pm the same day near
Mangotsfield Recycling Centre.
He is timid and unlikely to approach strangers.
Please contact the owners with ANY news or sightings
Call Lisa 07540 298024
February 11th '13
everyones support he was found on Humphrey Hill by a local dog
walker and reported to the dog warden - Lisa is with him now
thanks everyone for helping
Missing since February 4th 2013
Holly Hills/Ijamsville area MD
Jilly is a small female, 70#, and extremely timid but very
sweet and calm, and has no bite history. She was fostered for
six weeks in eastern PA, and placed in her adoptive home in
Ijamsville, MD, on Saturday, Feb 2. On Monday afternoon
(yesterday) she escaped the fenced yard.
She is wearing a turquoise and green collar with tags and
she is microchipped. She has a large swiss kiss on the back of
her neck. Her tag says her name is Maribelle, the name the new
owners decided to call her, but she will more likely answer to "Jilly"
or "Jilly-o". Anyone who spots her please contact me
or the family identified on the facebook page.
(c ) 610-212-3189
Mason Dixon Bernese Mountain Dog Club, Inc. - Rescue
Missing since January 28th 2013
Therapy dog with food allergies
I hope you can help us find Brody...
Contact Chris Hope
We are offering a $1000 reward for his safe return.
See also USA
Therapy Dogs Inc