Some of you may have heard of 'Sammy', the Labrador who disappeared on a walk with her family, back in October, in a very large forestry area on the Sunshine Coast. (Facebook page 'Have you seen Sammy?'). They have gone months without any leads but for the last week and a bit there have been quite a few sightings of her still in the forestry. They have found what they believe to be her 'den' and lots of paths in the thick scrub around it. Cameras have been left out, food is left out and eaten daily etc.
The forestry is very dangerous, extremely thick and dense bush, a lot of snakes, wild dogs etc (probably yetis, ware wolfs and vampires too ) so not really the place to be spending the night camping out and waiting for her to return to her den (which she probably won't if people are around and it's way too dangerous for her owner to be there alone).
Obviously after this long, Sammy is essentially a wild dog and is proving quite difficult to find in the forestry, let alone catch. Trapping is not an option as it is illegal so they are trying to find a dog tracker in SE QLD who can give them a hand.. Someone with a dog who tracks other dogs. They have tried council, RSPCA, Australia Zoo etc with no luck what so ever so I thought that I would see if anyone on this forum knows someone or can point me in the right direction?