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Old 11-25-2010, 08:33 PM
 
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Default Found lactating lab mix - Sea World

I hope I'm not violating any board rules by posting this, but we're fairly certain the pups are not in the woods (she's in good condition, knows basic commands and hopped right into the car off Ellison by the roller coasters). Worried as she's extremely engorged and I suspect someone has a hungry litter and no momma dog.

Thanks,
EW
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Old 11-25-2010, 09:12 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, TX
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It's no problem whatsoever, one of our dogs got loose last month and the person that found her saw my thread on this forum.

I would advise putting signs up at all the major intersections in your neighborhood. I did that and the sister of the person that found our dog saw them, but didn't connect that it was the dog they had found as it was early in the morning and dark. I am sure she would have noticed it the second time around.

I had put signs with pictures up at the main exits of our neighborhood, figuring people had to stop and it was the best way to get the word out. Oh, and an ad on Craigslist (which is free) is also a good idea; just be ready for a bunch of nutcase responses but that was also a way we connected with the people who found our dog. Also, if you have a homeowners association that has a web site or Facebook page (like ours), that'd be another way to possibly find the owner.

Good luck with finding the owner, I am sure they appreciate your efforts! Hopefully others on here from that area will try to help you find them as well!

Cheers! M2
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Old 11-25-2010, 09:23 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Would a vet just do a scan to see if the dog is microchipped?
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Old 11-28-2010, 11:01 AM
 
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Well, no chip and no one has come forward - despite the fact that we've littered most of the signposts around Sea World with signs.

I didn't mention that we're also currently in possession of a white chihuahua as well. Our actual dog is none too please with these recent developments.

<-- Reluctant pet foster.
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