This small therapy puppy went missing on Tuesday February 3rd, 2015 right outside his home off Via Camino Verde and Via Esmarca in Oceanside. Her companion dog returned home but she did not make it.
She is just so loveable that someone may have pet her and she obliged — the male, however, ran back home.
We ask that if you have seen her, you call (760) 805-8786 right away. There is a reward for her safe return.
Luckily the dog has a micro chip and thus it has been reported lost to the Oceanside Humane Society under ID# 165450. Please call with any information.
If you know who took their beautiful pup, please ask them to drop it off at the Oceanside Human Society and there will be no questions asked.
Her family misses her very much. Please call!
We love story’s like this. Fellow human beings doing everything they can to save a pooch’s life!!!!
Captain Tom Langevin of the Waterboro Fire Department in Maine makes his way across the ice of Little Ossipee Lake to save a dog after the pooch fell through the ice. Photo courtesy of Waterboro Fire Department
A Waterboro dog is recovering from an unexpected dip into a partially frozen lake early Wednesday morning.
Dakota the dog was pulled out of Little Ossipee Lake by Capt. Tom Langevin – known in the Waterboro Fire Department as the in-house Dr. Doolittle – around 8 a.m. Wednesday. The wayward pooch wandered about 100 feet away from shore but slipped into the water when the thin layer of ice broke. Read More….