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Help! Newly adopted havanese rescue missing!

MISSING RESCUE DOG!
Beasley - August 7, 2008

Just adopted, HRI dog is Missing in Tucson, AZ area
DO NOT CHASE IF SEEN! CONTACT OWNER!
One of our HRI dogs (he is one of the WI Hav-Bichon mixes) was just adopted
by a family in the Tucson areaon Monday and he bolted
out the door last night. If you are able to help in any way (looking for Beasley,
helping to post signs, call groomers, shelters, vets, etc.),
or if you have friends in the Tucson area you can forward
this note on to, HRI would really appreciate it.
Please contact Beasley's owner directly if you can help.
Karen Schickedanz
SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739
520-818-7817
[email protected]

PERMISSION TO CROSSPOST

ESPECIALLY TO RESCUE GROUPS


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Can you help us find Beasley?

Anyone in the Tucson area...he is still missing. The HRI rescue poster is too large to show on this site. You can see additional photos of Beasley on the www.havaneserescue.com site.

Please send prayers for his return. This was one of the six dogs taken to the animal shelter in one cat crate...who had been completely maltreated at a puppy mill...and finally found his furever home only to get scared and bolt out the door.

Please send positive thoughts.
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As of this morning there is still no word as to Beasley being found-so I am asking everyone to send prayers to heaven that this little guy is found.

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Come home, Beasley.....come home. We pray for a postitive outcome for you!

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Oh that poor baby. Dear God, please bring Beasley home safe. Surrounding him with loving thoughts.

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Sure hope he's found soon. By the way, many Hav owners keep an exercise pen stretched across an area of their home that stops the dogs from getting too close to the front door. And another neat idea is that when you've got visitors is to put one right outside the front door so that when new people unthinkingly leave the door open, you've got a safety "gate" to prevent the puppers from getting too far out the door.


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Beasley has been spotted-he is alive-the person who saw him tried to catch him but was unable-but the good thought is that he is in the same area not far from his home-let's just still pray he makes it home soon. He has not left the area so hopeful his owners will be able to catch sight of him and then get those treats working to get him back in their arms.

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Our thoughts and prayers are still with them Pat. Tell them to cook up some steak or something yummy Beasley will not want to turn away from, come on yummy treats bring Beasley safley home.

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lost dog behavior

LOST DOGS TIPS & BEHAVIOR

Searchers must have a leash and "bait" such as: hotdogs, string cheese, meatballs &
“stinky” cheese like Provolone/Swiss, salmon-flavor kitty treats, luncheon meats, “Little
Caesar” dog food & “Sheeba” cat food - both easy tubs, no can opener needed.

*** Bring a squeaky toy, ball or Frisbee if dog likes them.***

Lost dogs are scared, confused and generally respond better to rescue attempts made by
women. They might prefer children they know & love rather than the adult owners.
Children must be old enough to understand the situation & remain calm. Well-intentioned
people, including owners, initially chase these dogs. Chasing just reinforces the dog's
perception that people are "predators" and may make some of them run even further.

Dogs are extremely adaptable and will revert to instinctive survival behavior. They
constantly search for food, water & shelter. Water is relatively easy to find. Food is a
challenge. A dog may hunt for rodents, birds and snakes and will also eat birdseed,
manure, grass, insects and carrion. They rummage through garbage bags on trash night.
They find food left out in bowls for other animals. Dogs lose weight during their ordeal
but can survive for a long time. They are attracted to dumpsters with food, most farms,
kennels and multiple-animal homes.

Quiet yards, especially on dead end streets are favorite places to find shelter. They rest on
lawns, in fields, cemeteries, open barns & sheds, under shrubs & porch decks. They try to
sleep as close to a house as possible, especially at night. It affords them protection from
harsh weather and predators. Dogs don't usually go into deep woods unless chased. They
can use shallow woods to hide on a temporary basis. Their search for food, water, shelter
and familiar scents keeps them primarily in residential areas.

Follow the same routes used previously when walking the dog. Go for a walk with
another dog (on leash) from the home, a dog "friend" or same-breed dog. Act "happy" but
calm and get the other dog to bark occasionally. A lost dog, if close by, might hear the
barking & come out to greet the other dog. Dogs use golf courses, gravel pits, railroad
tracks, fields, cemeteries, power line access roads and parks as shortcuts to get to other
streets or the next town.

Explain to pet owners that their dog or cat may be agitated for hours when they know a
strange dog has settled into their yard or neighbor's yard. Dogs may bark excessively for
quite a while. The general public and many lost dog owners are quick to assume that a
dog has been a victim of coyotes. Coyotes are a real threat but not an excessive one.
Many dogs smell them, sense trouble and go in the opposite direction.

Situations vary, but dogs can survive snowstorms and harsh weather. During the winter
you can follow tracks through the snow. Walk beside the tracks, not on them. Bring extra
clothes if you plan to be out for any length of time. When “tracking,” be discreet. Walk
quietly and talk in soft, reassuring tones except in woods with bear and moose. Be aware
of hunting seasons and never trespass. Do not have noisy groups of searchers walking or
running around a “sighting” area. Dogs can sense when they are being “hunted” and can
easily outmaneuver the best of you. Organize everyone and have a plan – “who to call
and what to do” if the dog is spotted. Time is always critical and a quick response is best.

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Beasley is still not home-he was sighted twice yesterday and almost caught-please keep sending good thoughts to him to help him come home. He is staying in the area close to his home just getting him back home is the important thing.

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