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Mel’s dog is lost in Eagan, Minnesota

by Therese on November 24, 2011

in Dogs

One of our bloggers, Mel Freer, lost her dog, last Friday, November 18, 2011. Since then there have been some sightings of Little Lady, a beautiful Sheltie, but nobody has been able to coax her close enough to catch her.

Little Lady has been seen in Eagan and Rosemount, Minnesota. Mel’s doing all she can to get the word out and sounds pretty exhausted from what she’s written on her blog. So if you can help by tweeting her post, posting it to Facebook, or emailing it to people in the area I know she’d appreciate it.

Here are a few photos of Little Lady, but please see Mel’s Blog, No Dog About It, for more information.

Lost dog Rosemount, MinnesotaEagan, Minnesota lost dog

Update: Friday, Nov. 25 from Me’s blog: Lady is still lost, but here’s how you can help:

Our MNSR FOSTER SHELTIE, Lady, is still LOST in EAGAN, MN. Call 612-616-7477 with any sightings (even if not recently). Program these numbers into your cell as you drive the area, in case you spot Lady. Please give time, exact location of sighting, and the direction the dog headed. DO NOT follow her, try to catch her or call out to her – this will spook her from the area and may cause her to run onto a busy road.

Possible sightings as recently as 11/22 near Pilot Knob Road; Duckwood, Kingswood Pond neighborhood, CrestRidge Lane and Denmark; Crestview and Duckwood; Monterey and Blackhawk Road, and possibly even Rosemount. Sighting/search info is available by visiting Minnesota Sheltie Rescue on Facebook and at our map.

We have distributed approximately 4000 flyers, put up signs, alerted police, impound, vet clinics, area businesses and colleges, the school bus company, city of Eagan, Eagan Chamber of commerce, used Robo-calls, posted online, cross-posted to other rescues, on Facebook, etc.-everything in our Lost Sheltie search tips. Live traps are set in areas where we think she may be holed up, and we respond to every possible sighting.

Contact us if you have a spare hour to do flyers. Sighting/search info here. It is not uncommon for some time to go by before we are successful, but we do not give up!

Minnesota Sheltie Rescue

Visit Mel’s Blog, No Dog About It, for more information on Lady.

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LA pet sitting December 1, 2011 at 11:31 am

This is just a beautiful pup!!!! Love!

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