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My dog is still missing after 3 months!

An older picture of Otis
An older picture of Otis
Otis, a medium size, mostly white, neutered male mixed poodle/terrier (looks like a Goldendoodle) disappeared from my yard wearing a collar with tags and a leash on 9/22/2013. He has a HomeAgain microchip that has migrated to somewhere in his body from the original insertion site. I have posted him online everywhere, including Facebook. Craigslist and many other sites. Every poster I put up in my neighborhood, in nearby places, and on the Cross County Trail has been removed by somebody. I really believe that Otis was stolen and that there may be a dog thief living in my neighborhood, Camelot. Can someone please help me find my dog? Thank you.
CD December 31, 2013 at 08:19 AM
I am so sorry you lost your dog. Our dogs our part of our family so I know how hard this must be for you. I will keep an eye out while out in about in Annandale. I would also recommend asking Ellie of the Annandale Blog to post your story. Otis looks like a kind gentle dog. God Bless you and your family!
Kathryn James December 31, 2013 at 09:13 PM
Thank you so very much. Otis is a very friendly dog, and that may have been the problem. He has always trusted people. He has been something of an escape artist - I think that comes from his terrier side. When most people have found him, they would see the HomeAgain tag on his collar and contact HomeAgain. Then, HomeAgain would call me. One reason I think he was stolen is that Otis was wearing his collar and tags. No one called. Maybe being a nice dog is not such a good idea. I just don't know how to raise a mean dog. All of the pets I have ever owned have been sweet and kind.
emilie wheat January 05, 2014 at 07:27 AM
I will put this on my facebook...you never know
Kathryn James January 05, 2014 at 12:15 PM
Thank you! Otis has a Facebook page that you could link to: Lost or missing dog - Otis. Please let me know if you have trouble finding it. I still can't believe that this whole situation has occurred!

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