Thursday, November 1, 2012

Daisy Lost in Tacoma

 Daisy is a skittish young dog saved from neglect at a puppy mill in Eastern Washington.  The bottom picture shows how she looked before being rescued by the Forget Me Not shelter in Republic, WA.  They cleaned her up, had her spayed, and adopted her out with another dog from the same group, Balzac.  The male dog is more confident and social, and it was hoped that keeping Daisy with him would help her relax and adapt.

Two days after arriving at their new home in Tacoma, Daisy and Balzac escaped the fenced yard.  Balzac, being better with people, was picked up by a dog lover and taken to the Tacoma Humane Society and returned home.  Daisy may have been hiding in the bushes nearby at the time, but they didn't know she was there.  Another likely scenario is that Daisy never left the neighborhood and is still hiding somewhere near North Washington and North 37th St.  If you see Daisy, do not approach her.  Please just call 206-552-0304 right away.  We will bring Balzac to the area she is located to draw her out of hiding.  She escaped from the area of North 39th Street and North Proctor Street in Tacoma, between downtown and Point Defiance.  She is likely hiding in the woods, under a deck, or under a shed.  Please keep an eye out for her and call us right away.  Do not approach her or call her name.  It may help us find her if you could share this web page, or share the flier below.  Thank you.

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