View Full Version : Lost dog please cross post everywhere!

Mama S.
04-12-2006, 08:03 PM
My dear friend's Dachshund is lost or was stolen after accidentally getting
out of the house in Muscle Shoals/Florence, AL. We need your help in spreading
the word to all shelters, rescues and individuals you might know. Little
Suzie may have been stolen or may have just wandered off, but she now has been
missing for 2 weeks. She accidentally got outside and was out approximately an
hour before the search for her began. Please help us find Suzie. Suzie is an
inside dog that only goes out to potty, so she is most likely terrified.
Suzie's owners are moving to Nashville, so time is of the essence. This little
girl is loved so very much and her family is heartbroken. Please see attached
picture and crosspost this to everyone you know. We are so desperate to find
her and have done everything we can think of to alert the public, shelters,
police, vets, pet stores, grocery stores and even contacted the media (they
would not help).

Subdivision where lost/stolen: Wilson Dam Estates, Muscle Shoals, AL
Name: Suzie
Breed: Miniature Dachshund
Color: Red
Weight: 12-15 lbs.
Age: 7 years old
Dark green collar with light green leaves on it
Small bald spot on hip from a vaccination
Missing right front incisor tooth - teeth just cleaned
Area shelters: Colbert County, Lauderdale County

Contact/Owner: Liz Tompkins 256-762-6207 or 615-771-6980
Secondary Contact: Leslie Morrison at lesliemorrison@bellsouth.net or

04-12-2006, 10:24 PM
I reposted

Any photo of Suzie hosted anywhere?


04-12-2006, 10:32 PM
I posted this on a National Rescue board. :)

04-13-2006, 10:05 AM
:bigrayz: :bigrayz: :bigrayz: :bigrayz: for Suzie's safe return!

Mama S.
04-13-2006, 10:32 AM
I reposted

Any photo of Suzie hosted anywhere?

I've e-mailed asking for a photo

Mama S.
04-13-2006, 10:59 AM
Guys we gotta get this girl home to her baby - spread the word


Anyone have any other ideas on getting her back??? Media coverage??

04-13-2006, 11:55 AM
Have them offer a reward.
Don't advertise how much it is.
Sometimes that makes people's ears perk up and they try to be more active on finding the dog and folks want to be a "hero". Also, if God forbid someone has snagged her to sell off for research, they are more motivated to return her if they think its more than the money they would get selling her off. (or whatever they would get selling a purebred dachs if she is on the pet market)

Also, state that "no questions asked" upon return so that if a person has indeed dognapped her, they will feel safe of just coming forward.

04-13-2006, 11:59 AM
Here's a pic to distribute so the little boy isn't in it for his safety


What color are her eyes? unless its just the camera, it looks like she has cateracts....