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Old August 21st 05, 12:07 AM
Joe Friday
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Default Lost Family Pet - Please look

http://www.lostandfound.com/detail.h...nited%20States

Thanks for all help!!!


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Old August 22nd 05, 02:15 PM
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Lost Family Pet - Please look

Group: rec.pets.dogs.rescue Date: Sat, Aug 20, 2005, 6:07pm (EDT-1)
From: (Joe=A0Friday)
http://www.lostandfound.com/detail.h..._KP585582UPQ&=
cart=3D1124417522353222&country=3DUnited%20States
Thanks for all help!!!


Joe that;s a beautiful dog. I hope you get her back soon

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Old August 22nd 05, 10:44 PM
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On Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:07:17 -0500, "Joe Friday"
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http://www.lostandfound.com/detail.h...nited%20States

Thanks for all help!!!

Female Doberman Pinscher Tail and ears not cut.

Color: Red / Brown - Tan

4 years old female who is scared of strangers. NOT an aggressive dog,
but will not stop and sit for strangers.

Florence, Alabama 35633

I'll be hoping for a happy and quick reunion.
Lost Near Underwood School in Underwood north of Florence, Alabama.


Whatever it takes.
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Old August 25th 05, 12:20 AM
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FOUND!!!!!!!! Thanks for all kid words.....she's none-the-worse for wear,
tho a little weight loss!


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Old August 25th 05, 03:59 AM
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Lost Family Pet - Please look

Group: rec.pets.dogs.rescue Date: Wed, Aug 24, 2005, 6:20pm (EDT-1)
From: (Joe=A0Friday)
FOUND!!!!!!!! Thanks for all kid words.....she's none-the-worse for
wear,
tho a little weight loss!


Where and how did you find her? Glad you did

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Old August 28th 05, 04:57 AM
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Ten days after we lost her, the family we had been visiting when we lost her
called at 3:30 AM. She was outside their bedroom barking. By the time my
Dad got there, she was not to be found. So he came home after walking the
neighborhood. At 5 AM when I left for work, he came and told me about it.
I called a local radio station and had them broadcast the details. (It's
nice to live in the south where people still care about a silly lost dog and
will do something like this!!!) About 6:30, the family called again. It
was storming something fierce (Lady doesn't like storms) and she was outside
pacing in the road. They had tried to call my Dad, but the line was busy.
So I called his cell and told him that they had called. He called me about
20 minutes later saying he had her!! She's pretty close to normal now, but
she had some kind of fight out there and lost about 10% of her weight. Vet
gave her some antibiotics to help with a skin fungus she picked up, bathed
her, and cleaned a minor scrape on her head between her eyes. Looks like a
claw mark. Her appetite seems to have returned and so has her spirit.
Needless to say, we are beyond ecstatic!!!


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Old August 28th 05, 11:18 AM
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Lost Family Pet - Please look

Group: rec.pets.dogs.rescue Date: Sat, Aug 27, 2005, 10:57pm (EDT-1)
From: (Joe=A0Friday)
Ten days after we lost her, the family we had been visiting when we lost
her called at 3:30 AM. She was outside their bedroom barking. By the
time my Dad got there, she was not to be found. So he came home after
walking the neighborhood. At 5 AM when I left for work, he came and told
me about it. I called a local radio station and had them broadcast the
details. (It's nice to live in the south where people still care about a
silly lost dog and will do something like this!!!) About 6:30, the
family called again. It was storming something fierce (Lady doesn't like
storms) and she was outside pacing in the road. They had tried to call
my Dad, but the line was busy. So I called his cell and told him that
they had called. He called me about 20 minutes later saying he had her!!
She's pretty close to normal now, but she had some kind of fight out
there and lost about 10% of her weight. Vet gave her some antibiotics to
help with a skin fungus she picked up, bathed her, and cleaned a minor
scrape on her head between her eyes. Looks like a claw mark. Her
appetite seems to have returned and so has her spirit. Needless to say,
we are beyond ecstatic!!!


Thank God she wasn't stolen. Se's a beautiful dog. Do you have a
microchip implant inside her? She does looklike a lady in that picture.
Save this internet lost and found thing I have down below

The internet lost and found
http://www.lostandfound.com/index.tp...&country=3DUn=
ited%20States

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Old August 28th 05, 09:56 PM
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No, we don't have the microchip. I'm not entirely sure that the technology
is available in this part of the world!!! I don't know that it ISN'T
available, just don't know if it IS!!! LOL!! Thanks for the info, I'm
bookmarking it. We're taking her this evening to fit for a harness so she
and my Dad can start their walks again. Since it was her metal collar that
broke allowing her to get loose, he wants something more secure!!


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Old August 28th 05, 09:59 PM
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We're just grateful she was brought home before this week. We are sitting
smack in the middle of the path of Katrina. She is expected to arrive here
as a tropical storm by Tuesday afternoon.


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Old August 29th 05, 02:41 AM
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On Sun, 28 Aug 2005 15:56:22 -0500, "Joe Friday"
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No, we don't have the microchip. I'm not entirely sure that the technology
is available in this part of the world!!! I don't know that it ISN'T
available, just don't know if it IS!!! LOL!! Thanks for the info, I'm
bookmarking it. We're taking her this evening to fit for a harness so she
and my Dad can start their walks again. Since it was her metal collar that
broke allowing her to get loose, he wants something more secure!!


Can I ask why you don't know how to quote and attribute? I mean quote
the other person's answer in your reply?

I don't know what you are talking about.
 




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