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i would tell the owners if they must leave(which no job or anything would get inbetween my dogs, family and I either) that they should(better) leave a million(exxageration) flyers behind and possibly foot the gas bill if your willing to leave some flyers for her. Otherwise, as far as im concerned, your a better person for that dog and it would partially explain why the dog is in this circumstance.
wolf
what a good man,
you cant put a price on a life, its even easier if you love the life(meaning even if you dont love it, its still our moral responsibility that we take on if we decide to be the quardian of a dog or other animal)

wolf
in thread "Wolf" whittled the following words:
what a good man, you cant put a price on a life, its even easier if you love the life(meaning ... moral responsibility that we take on if we decide to be the quardian of a dog or other animal) wolf

He was just sick about it. I live in Ohio. He called me from Michigan (hadn't heard from him in 9 years!) He hoped there was SOME way that I could think of that he hadn't to help him find his 14-15 year old dog. I placed this dog with him as a rescue 13 years before. The result of this is, the family that did find her, was so taken with her that they adopted rescue elkhound too!
Her last hurrah had a mission, to see that one more rescue got placed.
Here's a trick you might try to catch her.
If she can see you, drop to your knees and pretend to be digging. Dig furiously until she comes to investigate, then grab her.

This has worked many, many times. It looks silly, but it's effective as heck.
Bill Jones
"wj" (Email Removed) wrote in message >
If she can see you, drop to your knees and pretend to be digging.

Thanks Bill. That's a good one to know about. The problem is, no one has seen her in almost 24 hours. As far as I know I was the last one to see her sprinting into the woods - I mean like a streak of lightening. No time to make any posturing at all - she wouldn't have even seen it. We've been out most of the morning, as well as the owners, hoping she's calmed down since then. There are signs around the neighborhood, we've called the police, humane society... we'll put an add in the paper and at the grocery stores. Pretty much that's all there is to do. It's horrible.

This group has been great though - thank you all. I'll post if we find her!

Meghan
I really hope you find her!
wolf