Lost dog. May have been stolen from owner’s yard in Sanger, CA (Fresno foothills).
ForPaws Corgi Rescue has been made aware of a young corgi-x puppy that was lost (possibly stolen from owner’s yard) on Sept. 16, 2012. The dog is a corgi/border collie mix, but it looks like a purebred Cardigan Welsh Corgi. In the off-chance that someone might try to turn the dog into a Corgi Rescuer or to sell it, I am publicizing this information. The owner is devastated. This is a “heart dog” for her. Please be on the lookout. The dog’s face is very distinctive and she is easily identifiable.
Anyone with information can e-mail: Info@Forpaws.org
NOTE: No questions asked: We just want the dog back to its owner!
The owner has set up a blog with background information and a picture of the dog. Please share the link with as many people as you can.
Anyone with information should e-mail: <email@example.com>
Breed: Corgi/Border Collie mix (looks a LOT like a purebred Cardigan Welsh Corgi)
Age: approximately 4.5 months at time of disappearance
Weight: approximately 8-10 pounds at time of disappearance (she will be approximately 25 pounds as a mature adult)
Distinctive markings: Face is half black and half white with distinctive tan “eyebrow” markings and tan markings at the sides of her face. She has short legs and a long tail with a white tip.
Notes: This dog is a puppy. She has not been spayed. She is very friendly and responds to her name, “Macy.”
Location last seen: (6977 Live Oak Dr, Sanger, CA 93657-9071 – owner’s yard)
Date of disappearance: September 16, 2012
Map showing location where dog was last seen: