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Mirabel has been found! Changing title of thread!

Can you help?
Please click on this link for information and what they look like.
http://havaneserescue.com/index.php?...215&Itemid=152

Mirabel is an all white Havanese at eight pounds.
The other missing dog is all black, named Tip, a border collie.

Hopefully they are together. Hopefully tomorrow we will read that they have been found.

Linda

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I pray that they are found safe and sound and returned to their homes. There is another thread for prayers for these furbabies. I do hope all our prayers are answered soon.

Best, Poornima

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Photos, Mirabel and Tip

Please if you see them, contact the Kirkwood Police immediately. Kirkwood, MO

Mirabel is the creme havanese, and Tip the black border:
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AMOS Alert from Havanese Rescue...

Information on what to do should your havanese ever become lost or you know of one that has:

Please go to www.havaneserescue.com, go to Amos Alert Section and then go to Steps to Take if your Havanese is Missing.

I have just included a small section of it here to give some ideas...please go to the website for complete information. It is good to know these things and might help them find Mirabel too.
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Steps to Take if Your Havanese is Missing

• Search for your pet, in your home/neighborhood, immediately
o Don’t forget to search odd areas of your home and yard. Small dogs can hide in some pretty
strange places, especially if frightened.
o Give your contact number to everyone you see while walking your neighborhood.
o Call your pet’s name often while walking around but don’t forget to stop and listen often. You
may hear the dog before you see it.
o The first hour or so is critical, but if you don’t find your dog immediately –
• Don’t panic — Get organized
o If you haven’t done it in advance, complete the Havanese Profile form. (Forms are located at
the end of this document.) You will need to provide this information to family, friends,
neighbors, police, etc., anyway while conducting your search. Getting it done NOW can only
help. Complete the bottom of the form also.
o Make a poster. Include a recent photo if possible. The last page in this document is a sample
poster. You may simply copy the format, or, if needed, you can fill it out (use a marker),
attach your photo and have a ready to use poster.
o Decide if you can offer a reward and include that on your poster. Do not state the amount of
the reward. Specify if the reward will be given for a “safe” return only, or for ANY return. An
exception to not listing the amount is if your dog is lost in a dangerous neighborhood where
there is dog fighting, it can be to your dog’s advantage to list the reward amount if it is large.
o Change your phone message to thank the person for calling about your missing dog. Ask them
to please tell them what time they saw your dog AND what location, including street number
or intersection as well as what direction the dog was headed at the time.
o Go DOOR TO DOOR in the neighborhood where your dog was lost. Leave a poster with your
number at EVERY location. Do not put in mailboxes. That is illegal. Sticking them in the door
is an acceptable alternative.
o Get a map of the area in which your dog was lost. (The front of a phone book often has a
sufficient map for this task. Just enlarge it on a copier.) Keep track of areas in which you’ve
left flyers. Mark every sighting as well. The Sightings/Contact Report Form has a space for a
number which you can then mark on the map to correspond.
o Live trapping brings many lost dogs home. Despite what most people think, lost dogs are
frightened and they typically do NOT run up to their family when they see them. A live trap
(borrowed from an animal shelter or purchased from a feed or farm supply store) can bring
your dog home safely. More information about trapping can be found on our Amos Alert
Links page.
• File report(s) immediately with your local law enforcement agencies
o Make sure they actually take a report. If they seem reluctant, don’t become angry, just be firm
and persistent
• Other agencies or groups to contact
o Neighborhood Watch Groups in your area
Havanese Rescue Inc
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I just noticed that Pat posted about this previously and that many of you may already know. And if you didn't see that one, now you have this information. If you have anyone you know who live in the Kirkwood area, please let them know.

Also go to www.havaneserescue.com Under the Amos alert section there is a lot of great information regarding lost dogs...one says they tend to run into the wind when they are lost. Hopefully none of us will ever need this information but an ounce of prevention and knowledge is always helpful.

We continue as a collective group to send positive thoughts for their safe return.

Linda
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Pat, any news out your way

Pat you are closer...wonder if there is good news?
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Linda, thank you so much for posting that helpful information and the link. It is a very important read. There was a lot of good info that I did not know in there. I am so sad whenever I hear about a lost pet.

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I am praying that these precious babies are found! My heart is sad for their family.....not something I would ever want to experience.
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I have not heard anything from Anne today-Let's just all keep prayers & postive thoughts going to Anne & her son that the babies are home soon.

And postive thoughts to the two "kids" that they find their way either home or to a loving person who will help them get home.

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They will be found...I just feel it!

There are out there, someone must have them...and I just have faith that they will be found soon.

It makes me realize how important it is to contact someone when you do see a dog out of their yard or running around alone. It is someone's pet.

Linda

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