|Lost Greyhound, Olney MD
||[Dec. 14th, 2007|08:47 am]
Those of you who live in the greater Olney, MD area, or know someone who does:|
Please feel free to crosspost anywhere appropriate -- the greyhound adoption groups have been notified, but it's time to enlist anybody in the area, especially people with dogs, or who are likely to be out walking.
Lost Greyhound, Olney, MD area
Andy slipped out the door without his collar. He’s a large black greyhound
with a graying/white face, 90 pounds, 12 years old. He has an old tail
injury, as an additional identifier. He got out in the area of Olney Mill
Rd and Route 108 in Olney.
He’s shy, so please don’t chase him. Call in the sighting right away and
try to entice him with food/water.
Contact: Barb & Dave Bolvin, 301-924-6656, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please crosspost this anywhere that makes sense. I do have a picture of
Andy; e-mail me if you would find that helpful: email@example.com
Thank you in advance for your help, your prayers, postive thoughts.
I'm sending this to all my friends who work in Gaithersburg, MD that live or pass through that area...yikes, I bet he is so scared....
I forwarded to all my friends who passed through there via the ole' ICC :-) (MD-108). I use to travel that EVERY day and I know the area in which this dog was lost. Lots of wooded land and parks, etc... I would be scared that someone would mistake him for a deer...I'll keep my fingers crossed that he safely returned.
I am posting the whole bit to my own LJ if that is ok. Would you like me to cut out your email? I don't have folks on my flist who would harrass or stalk you but hey, I could understand if you wanted that cut.
I cut it out and put my own, and went ahead and put it up to save time. Poor baby, needs finding before this weekend's snows start!
Oh no! Poor, scared dear! I'll keep eyes and ears open and cross all my fingers and toes that the sweet pup is home safe and sound veryvery soon.
Not sure if you heard, but he has been found and returned! He apparently dropped a good bit of weight, but looked like he was going to be ok.