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lost dogs

A friend and I were at lunch today and mid conversation I was completely distracted by two dogs that were on the side walk near 5th Ave. We were at the Subway and literally across the street was a Vet Clinic. I thought maybe someone let them out and would be after them shortly. As soon as they crossed the road and were headed toward Subway, I knew something was up.

I jumped out of my seat without saying a word to my friend and I knew I had to try and help them. One was a boxer (female, 1 to 2 years old) and the other was a german sheppard mix (not sure of the sex but older)and neither of them had a collar. I was able to call them both over to me but the older german sheppard mix didn't want to stick around.

I was able to grab the boxer by the collar and in the meantime someone from the vet clinic came out with two collars. They said they were going to see if she had a micro chip and go from there.

I'm sure they probably just escaped from home and because the weather is so nice today they probably were loving it. However, my heart just sank for them. I'm glad we got ahold of the boxer but I feel bad that we weren't able to help the other dog. I hope that he just went home and knew where that was... Otherwise I'll feel terrible for having someone's dog escape under my eye.

So, if you are in Columbus area and you know where the Subway is on 5th Ave. in Grandview, you might want to help your neighbor by spreading the word around town to help these guys get home.

I don't know why I'm such a magnet for these things but I'm glad that I was able to help! What a little lover the boxer was too!!

I actually checked the vet clinic about the micro chip on the boxer and there was no such luck! If you have an animal and you don't have it micro chipped (and it's an outdoor pet), go and get them micro chipped! It's less than $50 for most animals! It's worth it!

Oh and as Bob Barker would say, "spay & neuter your pets"!

Hug them today, too!


Mrs. Dirnberger said…
You have a soft spot in your heart from animals like I do...I cant' stand to see them lost and scared! I am proud of you for doing this

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