Pictured below is Buddy, a Puggle we are fostering with Planned Pethood. He escaped earlier this afternoon in the Secor-Laskey area.
Buddy is a five-year-old male Puggle who weighs about 40 pounds. He is gentle and friendly, though sometimes a bit of a fraidy cat around strangers. Unfortunately, he is wearing his old name tag and collar, so people who find him might try to return him to the house of his deceased owner.
If you find Buddy, you can email Planned Pethood at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-826-FIXX, or you can email me at email@example.com. Thanks for any help you can provide!
Hope you find him! You don't know how much I'd like to adopt that pup. Even my dad's nickname is Buddy and puggles/beagles are my favorite.
He is a super sweet dog, and unfortunately the dog warden closes at 4:00 pm, so I have to wait until 8:00 am tomorrow to find out if they picked him up.
Good luck Mike - we adopted a two dogs from agencies, and they are BOTH runners, and we're both firmly convinced that the reason we own our dogs is because they ran off from their previous owners. I hope he's found quickly.
Thanks, Billy. We really haven't had issues with Buddy running before, so his disappearance is a bit mysterious. My adult son was at home with the dogs, but unfortunately he was unaware that Buddy was missing (pause....deep breath....say mantra about never taking a sledgehammer to one's own son).
Yay! Second time (that I know of) that Toledo Talk has helped a dog find its way home. Someone read this post and made a connection to aperson who found Buddy, who sadly was wandering near the house where his elderly owner once lived. Sad, but he is safe. Thanks to everyone who took the time to read this.
Glad he is safe. That is sad, poor guy probably can't figure out what happened to his owner.
About 5 years ago after we had to have our old lab mix Duke put to sleep, his buddy Tank,a blonde lab walked around the back yard searching for him. It was sad, the look on his face was unmistakable puzzlement.
True dat, Jeepmaker. While Buddy is a pretty well adjusted dog, it is clear that he is going through his own doggie grieving process of sorts.
Does Buddy like cats and other dogs?
Buddy loves other dogs, but he can be a pest with cats, golddustwoman. He tends to chase cats that are not assertive and willing to give him a good hiss and clawing.
Aww. What a cutie. So sad he was wandering near his deceased owner's home. Poor boy is truly grieving. One of the saddest commercials I ever saw showed a dog playing with its owner, then the camera backed away, and showed the dog asleep in a shelter, with background music of someone singing "I'll see you in my dreams." It was clearly dreaming about its former owner, who had died, and now it was in a shelter, waiting for a new home. Thanks historymike, as usual, fostering to help this sweetheart find a home.