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    Default Please Help - Lost Pug

    My female fawn pug Rosie went missing from my home sometime around Sunday 12th 2010. Shes fawn and spayed but unfortunately not chipped. She was last seen in the area of Kelmscott, Western Australia. REWARD offered. If you have any information about where she is please don't hesistate to contact me at zaphodity@live.com. !

    Thanx
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    So sorry...... You should send her pic & details to as many forums, facebook etc as you can. Good luck & remember to check your local pounds & vets.

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    Im over here in Victoria, otherwise I'd keep an eye out for her.
    Tell your local shelter/RSPCA, vet and the council. Give them a photo and just say she's missing.
    That way if she gets brought in they can refer back to your photo.
    Good luck!

    Oh, and I hope this explains why microchipping is important
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    Here's a lost poster I had made up. If you could copy and pass this on to anyone you know in the Kelmscott area i'd be very grateful.

    I've already contacted the RSPCA through an organisation called Pet Search, hopefully something will come up.
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    I'll post the flyer on my facebook.

    I hope you find Rosie asap.

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    Thanks mate.

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    Any luck finding Rosie? Hope she is found
    Pets are forever

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    Praying Rosie has been found............
    Petserch is great..............

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    Thank's very much for your support guys but I haven't had ONE single phone call after everything i've done (which is considerable).

    It's like she's fallen off the face of the Earth.

    I'm guessing 1 of 3 things have happened.
    1. She's had a terminal meeting with some metal and glass on wheels traveling at a high velocity (god forbid)
    2. Someone has found her and plans on keeping her as a friend.
    3. Someone has found her and plans on selling Rosie to make a quick buck for an xmas present (I've been keeping an eye on all the local rags but no pug with her description has shown up yet).

    Just a waiting game now I suppose, thanks once again for the nice words.
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    Don't lose hope. It took my Jack Russell a whole week to end up at a pound.
    Hoping she returns home soon.
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