Sunday, December 16, 2012

Bentley Lost near Thornton Creek

Update 12/21:  Bentley went into the humane trap this morning and he is now safe at home.  He was reluctant to go in, and it took at least 12 hours before he went in. The trap was baited with his favorite foods, his toys, and his owner's clothing.

Update 12/20: We saw Bentley about a dozen times today, see map below.  A humane trap is set, and we hope he goes in it soon.

Bentley has been missing since 12/8, from near 25th Ave NE and NE 55th.  He was seen 12/15 near Roosevelt and 108th, near Thornton Creek.  He may be using the creek to travel in search of food.  If you see him, please don't chase him or try to catch him.  Please call Bentley's owner at 310-924-0978 or call Three Retrievers Lost Pet Rescue at 206-552-0304.  He weighs about 25 pounds, and escaped without a collar.  
Janet of SPDR is organizing a search party for Wednesday morning:
SEARCHERS INVITED: A search party for Bentley (the lost Sheltie) is planned for Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 8:00 a.m. near Northgate Shopping Mall/Thornton Creek area.   Meeting place will be at Costume Supply parking lot at 11201 Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle, WA -- at 8 a.m.  We will then begin looking for Bentley near where he was sighted, posting flyers to post & pillar, handing out flyers to anyone we see, handing out flyers at neighborhood homes and businesses, in general getting the word out that Bentley has been sighted in Thornton Creek. Wear warm waterproof clothing and rubber booths (it gets wet & muddy in Thornton Creek area). Bring a tacking stapler or staple gun if you have one available. Questions? Call 425-xxx-xxxx.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Oscar lost on Mercer Island

[Note:  Oscar has been found.  He was not far away.]

Oscar escaped on 12/12 from Ferncroft Road in the middle of the east side of the island.  He was just adopted and doesn't know the area.  He may have been frightened off by the handle of his retractable leash bouncing along behind him.  If you see him, please don't chase him, don't call his name, and don't try to catch him.  Please just call us as soon as possible at 206-552-0304.  Please share this web page, and the flier below.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Maddie Lost in Rockville MD

Maddie has been missing since 12/3, and she was seen as recently as 12/9 at Twinbrook Parkway and Fishers Ln in Rockville, five miles from her home near Aster Blvd and Azalea Dr .  If you see her, please do not approach her, do not call her name, and do not chase after her.  If possible, keep her in the area by placing food in a safe area, and call 301-728-2771 or 301-675-6915 as soon as possible. Ideally, you would keep her in sight from a distance while you guide us to her location.  Please consider sharing the flier below, either electronically or by printing it out.  Maddie may or may not still be wearing her harness at this point.  Please report any sightings of Maddie since 12/3, as this may help us predict her movements and behavior. 

Reported sightings:

She was spotted Thursday at 2:00 pm near the intersection on North Stone Street and Crabb Ave and also possibly at 8:30 pm at the intersection of Charles Street and Baltimore Road.


Last seen Twinbrook Parkway and Fishers Ln. On Twinbrook headed towards Viers Mill Rd,

Sunday 12/9 @ 6:00 pm.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Sasha Lost in Shoreline

[Note: Sasha has been found after being gone 19 days.  She looked well-fed, as if she had been living with someone the entire 19 days.  She probably escaped that person's yard, and was found again.  The kind people who found her the second time posted an ad on Craigslist.  Sasha had lost the tag that had her local phone number.  At first, we weren't sure if the found Husky was Sasha, but the finder looked at the picture below and was certain it was her.  She was found in Allentown, Tukwila, 21 miles from her Shoreline home.] 

Sasha is a Siberian Husky mix, three years old, usually very friendly.  She disappeared from her yard on Thursday, November 15th, near Greenwood Ave N. and N. 155th St.  She is 45 to 50 pounds, with a collar and tags.  Please call Three Retrievers at 206-552-0304 if you have seen her at any time since 11/15.


Friday, November 9, 2012

Found Bichon Frise in Burien

This small dog was running up and down the 509 freeway in Burien before Three Retrievers caught him in a humane trap.  He had been seen in the area of Des Moines Way and S. 168th St. for at least two days.  If he is your dog, or you know where he lives, please call Three Retrievers at 206-552-0304, or email Jim@3retrievers.com .  Please consider printing out the flier below and giving it to a pet store or a veterinary office near you in the Seattle and South King County area.