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ScoutII

Looking for my yorkshire terrier

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I was in Waconia,MN last night, 12/14/07. I was on Airport Rd. east of Co. 10, just west of the airport. Between about 4:00- 5:00 PM my dog slipped out of the car without me seeing him. When I noticed he wasn't in the car about, 5 minutes, I started looking for him. The neighbor next to the house I was at said a guy stopped at his house with my dog asking if it was theirs. The neighbor said no that it wasn't and the guy drove off headed EAST on Airport Rd. in what he thought was a dark colored, late model sedan. I spent the next 3 hours going door to door to see if I could find my dog, hoping he was a neighbor living near there. NO luck. My dog did not have a collar on when he slipped out on me. Any help would be appreciated.

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call the local shelters, vets, and post pics on poles near where you lost him. gl

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Get a add in the paper too.

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NO COLLAR?? NO ID ?? I guess anyone could claim it.But your lucky someone was reported to have it.It may have been a popsickle by now!For the right people Yorkies are money makers.Hope ya get it back!!And get it a collar & ID.

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He is home safe and sound. Thank you all for your support. I guess the guys wife scolded him for bringing someone elses dog home with him. I appoligize for any inconvience I may have caused anyone. The dog was very happy to see me, from what I hear he is always lost and a nuisance when I am not in sight of him.

Thank You

ScoutII

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ScoutII-Thank you so much for updating us! I'm sure everyone who read this felt for you.

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Good news Scout! Time for a collar and tags I would think grin.gif maybe even the chip. I put one in my pup and it makes me a little more comfortable.

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