On Monday February 23rd, Max was taken from his backyard in Warman Saskatchewan. His family let him out to potty in their fully fenced and secure yard, to discover only minutes later that he was gone. Max is a five month old black American Cocker Spaniel puppy.
Here is a message from his breeder:
I am asking for everyone in the Warman,Saskatchewan area to be on the lookout for a black male American Cocker Spaniel puppy,5 months old,his call name is “Max”. On Monday night,Feb.23rd he was let out to go potty and 5 minutes later he was gone.This was a fenced yard.There were footprints in the snow leading out the gate,but none from the puppy.The people who own him got a hang-up call at 3 am and 6 am on the Sunday evening,which they thought was strange,then Max disappeared the following morning.Please,if you hear or see this puppy,we need him to come home.If you know of anyone who just got a black puppy and are the least bit suspicious,anything,please let me know!He is wearing a red collar with his name and address.He has a beautiful little girl named Sarah who is only 4 and they are best buddies.Being his breeder I am beyond worried!
Please, if you’ve seen this boy, or have any information on his possible whereabouts, contact Kim. I know she is terribly worried. I’m always happy to post this type of alert for anyone who has a dog go missing, but this particular alert is of personal importance. Kim is a member of my extended family, and is deeply worried. So please, any tips or leads are appreciated.
Feel free to share this url with anyone who may have any information. Pass it on far and wide. Lets help get Max home!
Posted in A Note From TD
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Just a brief update to let you all know that Sisu is safe at home with his family. He was discovered by a person who had seen his picture, and then later happened to see a very familiar face at a shelter website. Apparently the people at the shelter went above and beyond trying to research Sisu’s microchip number – so Kudos to the caring staff at the New Westminster animal shelter. And a huge thank you to Barbara Mulholland, who was the woman who identified Sisu as the missing Bear Dog.
Always nice to hear a happy ending.
Please keep your eyes (and ears) open for Sisu. He’s a Karelian Bear Dog who has gone missing from his home in BC. Please contact either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any information on his potential whereabouts. The original email regarding Sisu is posted below.
We haven’t met, but I’m sending you an email in hopes that you may be able to help me. We lost our male Karelian Bear dog “Sisu” on Boxing Day night (Dec. 26) in Delta. I am afraid after this many days that he has either been hit by a car or has been taken by someone. In the off-chance that you have any enquiries about his worth or info on his breed from someone, I am sending you my contact information.
Sisu has a microchip which I don’t believe I ever updated to reflect our information. It may still contain information on the breeder (Blue Collar Kennels in Abbotsford) and his name may still read “Striker”.
If you have any insight into where else I might enquire, I would appreciate it.
Sisu is approx. 6 years old. He was starting to show signs of an ear infection, so I have contacted all the vets in the area in case someone brings him in. I have also searched all the animal shelters in our area.
Thanks so much for your help. I am attaching a photo under separate cover.
Sisu, the lost Korelian Bear Dog