Heading home

No luck. Not an ounce of fresh track with three of us looking. Sigh.

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10 thoughts on “Heading home

  1. I’m so sorry. I’m sure you’ve done this, but knocked on doors all around the area? Just in case someone took her in? Called vets, AC, police, rescues, etc?

    Still keeping my fingers crossed for you all.

  2. As the song on Rudolph says “There’s always tomorrow”.

    I’m still rooting for Clue, and you guys. As Julia said, try everyone. Hopefully someone has found her and didn’t know where to report. That would explain a lack of tracks now.

  3. You are on my mind constantly. I hope tomorrow is more productive. Is the boarding kennel helping to search? Really, it’s least they could do….

    Warmly,
    Misti

  4. Do you have someone watching your house? I have no idea how far that is from where she was but dogs are so amazing she might find her way home.

    I am so sorry this has all happened to you 😦 I asked my dh why does bad things happen to such good people. I wish there was something I could do to help.

    My prayers are with you.

  5. You know she’s out there and so does Bronte (who will add CT to her name later it sounds like). Be sure any schools in the area know about her. Perhaps they’d even make an announcement over their PA system. Kids find dogs. The word should be spread to a community center, skating rink — any place that children go. They ride their bikes or just go out to play. If they are watching for her, you’ll have a great chance of getting her back.

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