BOLO for a goofy looking St. Bernard cross, white in colour with black and brown splotches. Wearing a pink collar and dragging a pink leash. No tags. 2 years old, 60 pounds, answers to the name of Marsh. Last seen heading toward Highway 91.
Yep, you guessed it, she dashed out the door while I was trying to get them both out for a walk. She lunged, I felt myself slipping and grabbed the door, dropped the leash and away she went.
Seven hours later she was returned none the worse for the wear, having been found wandering just west of the town. New friends were made and tags were promptly ordered.
Stayed tuned for more of "Houdini's" adventures.
Monday, December 23, 2013
"24 days we prepare for his birth
inviting Baby Jesus to come to this earth...."
Sunday, December 1, 2013
She was found along a country road near the Holland Marsh about 3 months ago. We (Qtip and I)picked her up from the shelter yesterday. She is a 2 year old Great Pyrenees/ beagle cross (I don't think she will get any bigger. At least I hope not). With me she has found a forever home. She is quite anxious and has spent the morning pacing and wandering in and out. This is the only time she has sat still all morning. I have finally turned off the heat and left the back door open. It is raining and quite mild. Both Qtip and her are finding what each can tolerate (note to Marsh-do not go into Qtips' kennel). That was quite the drama when that happened. As regular readers of this blog know, I had to put my beloved Hershey down about 7 months ago. It was time to get some company for Qtip as he has become bored and naughty. And, there are a lot of dogs (and cats) waiting for forever homes. I am so glad that I am allergic to cats, cuz there was a litter at the shelter yesterday. I could fit of them 3 in one of my hands, they were that tiny....