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UPDATE 11/20 DOG HAS BEEN FOUND - Lost Dog Colliers Mills

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I hate to say it but someone probably picked him up. I would rather think this then worse. I lost one of my Brittanies years ago in the Jackson area. He took after a deer. I searched for him for several hours. I was ready to give up when a car pulled up and asked if I was looking for a dog. When I said yes, he came out with my Pup. A few minutes either way and I may not have ever seen him again. 

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This is horrible and a harsh reminder that we are at risk of an adverse event every time we cut a dog loose. 

I really hope they find this dog. 

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2 hours ago, Rutting Buck said:

If someone did pick him up is there anyway to search for him if he is chipped?

If you mean track him like GPS...no. If a pet is chipped its a radio frequency ID which is different than GPS.

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I have 8 cameras out in the mill currently and he has not shown on any. Will be checking again friday. Would love to see him sitting at one of those spots and get him back with his owner.

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sad stuff, especially in this cold weather. sucks for the owner too. hopefully someone picked the pup up and will do the right thing with returning him. 

my brittany is micro chipped if he ever gets lost, but that wont help me if the person who finds him, keeps him. 

 

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4 hours ago, Rutting Buck said:

If someone did pick him up is there anyway to search for him if he is chipped?

no. or less they are a vet or animal control/shelter to scan the micro chip in him. the micro chip will bring up the owners name, address and phone number

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This really sucks and unfortunately I’d bet that a dog like that was dognapped! It happened to us in town. We had a Pomeranian that got loose and ran off, she was old, couldn’t hold her bowels all night and was constantly barking and whining at the time. There was no way she went far and she usually came back or just went up to someone else while we looked for her. Well, days went by and no dog, then we get a call from the local shelter and someone just dropped her off. Most likely because she was a major pain in the ass and the scum realized she wasn’t worth keeping. It’s sucks to think about it like that but if people are willing to steal petty inexpensive things a 1000+$  dog isn’t out of the question. 

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19 minutes ago, Kype said:

sad stuff, especially in this cold weather. sucks for the owner too. hopefully someone picked the pup up and will do the right thing with returning him. 

my brittany is micro chipped if he ever gets lost, but that wont help me if the person who finds him, keeps him. 

 

Yes but if they ever go to a vet they will figure out who the true owner is

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You don't have to go for the big buck GPS and for just under $400 you can get one for your dog and if you have the dog for only 10 years that comes to $40 a year.

Considering the initial purchase of the dog and necessities, possibly some training and  then the annual vet bills and food its a small price to pay !

I hope he has been found and is not out there and that whoever has him tries to find the owner.

 

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LOST DOG UPDATE: Max the German Shorthaired Pointer, has shown up on a deer hunters camera at Colliers Mills in Jackson, NJ. Photo is from last Tuesday 11/12. The map has a red dot for the main entrance (Hawkin rd and Colliers Mills rd), Y is where the dog was lost, X is where he showed up on Tuesday 11/12. Please keep your eyes open!

 

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With the amount time, $ and love I invested in my hunting dog a  collar GPS system was worth the piece of mind.  I looked at it like an insurance policy, hope to never have to use it but you are glad when you need it.

Hopefully with the weekend hunters the dog will turn up and be returned.

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