Friday, May 10, 2013
Have you seen Lizzy the pit bull in your travels around the area?
A pit bull has been missing from the Joppa area since Thursday night, and her family is hoping for safe and swift return Lizzy, a 2-year-old pit bull, went missing around 8:30 p.m. from the Joppa area off U.S. Route 7, her owner, Meg Willow, wrote in a Facebook message to Patch. The pit bull is described as friendly, lovable and good with children, although a little intimidated by strangers at first. She responds well to her name and will eventually come up to an unknown person for love and attention, Willow wrote. "She is one of our children," Willow wrote. Lizzy's family misses her desperately and is hoping someone in the community may have spotted her. If you have seen Lizzy or may know where she is, you can contact Meg Willow at 301-…
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Raven was last seen in the area of Ruffs Mill Road.
A local dog went missing Saturday and the owner is looking for help finding the beloved pet. Raven, an 8-month old Golden Retriever, was last seen around 9 p.m. Saturday in the area of Ruffs Mill Road north of Bel Air, James Hollar wrote in and announcement and blog on Patch. Raven was wearing a chain collar attached to a blue retractable leash when he ran, the posts state. The dog is described as friendly and lovable, but likely scared. Anyone who thinks they may have seen Raven can call 410-776-3747 at anytime.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Do you know who this dog belongs to?
Animal lovers in the Bel Air area are working to reunite a dog and her family. Kelly Marchand Ferguson shared a link from No Kill Harford on the Bel Air Patch Facebook page Tuesday night in hopes of finding the owners of a dog found in Harford County. The dog is described as a well trained, young and friendly German Shepherd-type dog. She was found in the area of Deer Creek and Sandy Hook Road Dec. 4. No Kill Harford is serving as a liason between those who found the dog and the public. The organization is "a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of companion animals and feral cats in Harford County, Maryland," according to the organization's mission statement. Do you recognize this dog? Leave a comment.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Have you seen this 2-year-old Beagle?
A newly adopted Beagle slipped her collar in the Churchville area, and her new owners and shelter family are hoping for a safe return. Jolene, a 2-year-old Beagle, was adopted from the Homeless Animals Rescue Team, or HART, based in Chantilly, VA less than two weeks ago, according to HART volunteer Lorelei Pate. Jolene and her new family were visiting friends in Churchville on Tuesday, when she slipped out of her collar and ran away, Pate wrote in a message to Patch. She was last seen along Maryland Route 22 between Harford Community College and Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. The Beagle is about 26 pounds and spayed, but currently has no tags or micro chip. She is described as sweet but very shy, having lived most of her life on a chain…
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The dog was not wearing identification.
A young beagle was found in Bel Air and the community is doing its best to get the word out about her. The dog, pictured here, was found in the Bel Air area. She had no collar and no tags or identification. The dog's photo was posted on Bel Air Patch Announcements section, on the Bel Air Patch Facebook page and shared by at least 211 Facebook users as of noon Wednesday. Do you know who this dog belongs to? Leave a comment.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Have you seen this dog?
A Bel Air family is sorely missing their dog this week. Michelle Stape Cardwell wrote on Bel Air Patch's Facebook page Monday night asking for help finding Maizee, a 110-pound yellow lab. The dog lives in the Bright Oaks neighborhood across from The Festival in Bel Air. She was wearing a red collar with no tags when she went missing. Have you see this dog? Leave a comment.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
The family of the 15-year-old dog is asking for the community's help in finding him.
The owners of a 15-year-old beagle are hoping for the safe return of their family pet. Stephanie Gambrill Streckfus posted on the Bel Air Patch Facebook page asking for help finding her husband's family dog, Joe. Joe was last seen Thursday, July 19 on Nova Scotia Road near the intersection of MD Route 543 and MD Route 136. While Joe is known to travel long distances, his family is worried. He is described as friendly, but almost entirely deaf and blind. "Please, if anyone has seen him you can contact me with any information," Streckfus wrote. Streckfus asks those with information either send her a message on Facebook or call 410-399-4072 and ask for Bill. Have you seen this dog? Will you keep an eye out for Joe?
Monday, July 16, 2012
This dog was last seen July 12.
It's been days since Shanna Cavalera has seen her dog and she is worried sick. "She’s really great with kids and it’s not just me that misses her, my whole entire family does," Cavalera said. She explained Layna, a Brindle Boxer, loves to play with her sister's Beagle. On Thursday, Cavalera packed the kids into the car and headed to her sister's house, realizing at the last minute that Layna had crept into the van too. Because it was going to be a quick stop, Cavalera let Layna come along for the ride. When the doors to the van opened and Layna saw her friend the Beagle, the two dogs tore off into the woods. Cavalera and her sister chased the dogs until they reached a briar patch they couldn't get through. Her sister's Beagle later …
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Codie ran away when the fireworks started Wednesday.
While many Bel Air residents were busy enjoying the fireworks on July fourth, one furry friend was trying to escape the sound. Around 8:30 p.m. Codie, a brown and beige Sheltie, was startled by the fireworks and ran away from the home on Cool Spring Road in Bel Air where he was staying, according to an email from Councilman "Cap'n" Jim McMahan. Karen Dunbar explained she and her family were watching Codie while his family was out of the country in Europe, according to an email Dunbar wrote to Patch. While the 10-15 pound dog has tags, those tags have the name and number of his owners and she is concerned Codie won't make his way back to them because of it. "We are trying to contact everyone to see if they have found him," Dunbar wrote. …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Do you know the owners of this little dog?
Trapped in a fence is no place for a dog to be. That was apparently the fate of this little dog until he was found by members of the Brentwood Park community off Vale Road in Bel Air. Brad Cox posted the following on the Bel Air Patch Patch Facebook page: ATTENTION: This lil' Taco Bell dog [boy] was apparently lost and stuck in a fence [the one that leads to the big hill behind the town homes in Brentwood Park]. If you live in this neighborhood and know who this puppy belongs to, drop me a message! Know someone who is missing a dog? Could this be him?