Its a poodle/yorkie mix. Thats what we think anyway. We found this tiny 4 lb dog running down a main two lane road and it almost got ran over. My dh stopped and picked it up because it was obvious that it didnt belong in the street. Its the sweetest dog, loves to be held and even had a ponytail in her hair. We know someone is missing their baby right now but I wonder how she ended up in the street. I asked the man that lives right there where we found her but he said he didnt know and he didnt know his neighbors too well. This is a very rural area and people have acres of land. Theres no subdivisions. So my kids have loved, carried, fed, fought over and just spoiled this dog to pieces in the last 12 hrs. We took her to see fireworks and my kids have bonded with her already. I told them that we might have to give her back if we find her owner. I dont want bogus people answering any ads, so how do I find her owner w/out that?Answer Question
Answer by momofsaee at 9:58 AM on Jul. 5, 2009
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Answer by Elijahsmommy9 at 1:10 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
Last night was the 4th of July and all the fireworks probably scared the poor little thing half to death and she freaked and got out and took off running. Take her to a vet and have them wand her for a microchip. If she is not chipped, make flyer's saying "Found: small brown (or whatever color) dog, Identify to claim." and put them in all local vet's offices and up around the area you found her, and maybe in stores bulletin boards, etc. Make it enough that a person would recognize their own dog, but not somebody else to claim her fraudulently. You might also check the lost and found ads, because they are probably frantically looking for her on their end.
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