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Lost Dog Oct. 24 in High Sierra - Any Help At all Please

Postby Monk » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:59 am

New member here and so glad to find this website.
My husband took our dog camping last week up around Florence Lake, Mono Hot Springs area and tuesday morning our dog, (barely a year old) split. They were above the fore bay about a mile from Mono Hot Springs. He hiked and looked for her til thurs. when he had to come home. She's a black Lab/pit cross with a white chest and white socks and looks like a Lab. She's wearing a collar w/ tags. Her name is Maryjane and I know she's got to be flipped out.
So hopefully spreading the word here will only help. Good to see that my husband isn't the only crazy person heading up there this time of year. Any suggestions on more ways to get the word out will be accepted gladly. Thanks for taking time to read this everyone.



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Postby gary c. » Tue Oct 31, 2006 11:43 am

If you have not already done so be sure and contact the forest service in the area.
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Postby madeintahoe » Tue Oct 31, 2006 12:21 pm

I am so very sorry to read this! Have you put up posters all around? I would go back to where your husband last saw her and I would set up a camp, and hike the area looking for her..leaving things with his scent on it at the camp. Yes for sure the forest service you should let them know.
Also contact the nearest Animal shelter in the area..in case someone finds her and takes her to the shelter, and all the local Veterinarian offices
If I think of anything else I will post
Im so very sorry..I can just imagine what you are feeling
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Postby Shawn » Tue Oct 31, 2006 4:52 pm

Sorry to read about the lost pooch.

Be sure to post the same message over at SummitPost.org too (and include some contact info for yourself).

Sure hope she shows up okay.
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Re: Lost Dog Oct. 24 in High Sierra - Any Help At all Please

Postby ERIC » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:05 pm

Monk wrote:New member here and so glad to find this website.
My husband took our dog camping last week up around Florence Lake, Mono Hot Springs area and tuesday morning our dog, (barely a year old) split. They were above the fore bay about a mile from Mono Hot Springs. He hiked and looked for her til thurs. when he had to come home. She's a black Lab/pit cross with a white chest and white socks and looks like a Lab. She's wearing a collar w/ tags. Her name is Maryjane and I know she's got to be flipped out.
So hopefully spreading the word here will only help. Good to see that my husband isn't the only crazy person heading up there this time of year. Any suggestions on more ways to get the word out will be accepted gladly. Thanks for taking time to read this everyone.


Monk,

Contact Mongola Leoni at the Mono Hotsprings Resort.
http://www.monohotsprings.com/
He's a good friend of mine, so please tell him Eric O. sent you. He's a good young man, and will more than likely be willing to help. Ask him to pass the word on to his co-workers and others in the area. Hope this helps...
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Postby Monk » Wed Nov 01, 2006 10:10 am

Thank you all so much for your imput. I have spoken with a gentleman @Mono Hot Springs already and gave him all the info. And I emailed the forestry service as well. I'll call today. Thank you for the other web site as well. I'd love to run up there and search myself, but we're in Manteca! What would be the local animal shelter to call up there? Again, thank you for everyones imput.
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