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LOST & FOUND

If you have lost a boxer in Orange County, please email our webmaster with the following information: Photo of your dog, Its name & and special markings or tags it had on, When & Where it was last seen, and a way to contact you. Thank you & good luck!!!

rex

LOST!!! March 2007

My Boxer recently ran away. I recently moved and we were only in the home about a week when she got out. Her name is Bailey, she is 10-11 months old & 55-60 lbs. She has her dew claws and is not fixed yet. She is potty trained, sits, shakes and was on the way to becoming very well trained. She was last seen in a community called Eastvale near Corona near cross streets Archibald and Limonite. She was not microchipped yet. Please contact me if you know her where abouts. Thanks, Cliff cliffdougherty@gmail.com or my cell 626-390-1743.

 

 

 

LOST!!! January 13th 2007

My Boxer escaped his collar & my back yard! He was last seen near Beach & Orange. His name is Rex he is a 2 year old unaltered male his tail and ears are not cropped, he has a micro chip in neck.  I look for him every day he is super friendly his colors are tan with white chest little white on feet.

If found please call Kristin at 714-995-1799 or 714-290-6002

rex

LOST!!! November 21st 2006

A 6 months old, Fawn Colored female Boxer. Lots for white on her chest, A white patch on the back of her neck and her tail Is docked. She was lost in the the city of South Gate. One block from the cities of Paramount and Downey on Tuesday, Nov. 21st the Tuesday before Thanksgiving! We really miss her and have been checking the shelters at least once a week. Any information will help, thank you!! I can be reached at (562)883-1298

Lost Girl

LOST TIPS
  • Never pay a reward until you have your dog back- there are scams out there! Call the police if someone asks to be paid the reward before they will give the dog back.
  • Post flyers in the area your dog was seen last
  • flyer making tips
  • check local shelters & lost/found sites daily
  • contact every person that you know who knows your dog.
  • search your home and sheds or places where your dog might be hiding or stuck in.

FOUND DOG TIPS
  • Keep the found animal separated from your animals and children- you do not know what diseases or aggressions it may have.
  • Notify your findings on lost/found sites & to shelters
  • Avoid posting photos or small details when advertising a found dog- this helps make sure the dog is going back to the correct person. Ask inquiries for a detailed description or pictures to match the dog.