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Old 03-29-2016, 12:06 AM   #1
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Lost Dog in Vancouver

Hi RSers,

My friend lost her dog around Kingsway and Victoria today around 3pm. Unfortunately she is not chipped and her collar was off when she ran out.

The dog is female, dark greyish curly fur with four white paws and white chest tummy and white nose. Responds to the name Coco. The breed is Bichon Shih Tzu.



Please lookout for her, I'll keep you guys posted if we find her!

Update: she was found in the Killarney animal hospital
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These lost dogs seem to happen too often and as far as I can recall, they've always been small dogs. Can someone tell me is it just the nature of the smaller dogs? I used to be a dog owner (cross between Lab and German Shepherd) and I simply cannot imagine my dog ever being lost. She could be in a park miles away and I would be confident she'd know her way home.

How do these dogs even get lost? Do they run away or something? The owner isn't capable of watching over a small dog?
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No. Dog's temper, how well it is trained and owner's recklessness.

Dogs usually follow the owner but some are naturally curious and can veer off to somewhere else. They can stop and sniff the bush for example when the owner keep walking ahead. Some dont respond to commands well. So as a owner you need to keep an eye out always. I know mine would always follow me offleash but I turn around and check all the time anyways. It is prudent to be aware of your surroundings.
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These lost dogs seem to happen too often and as far as I can recall, they've always been small dogs. Can someone tell me is it just the nature of the smaller dogs? I used to be a dog owner (cross between Lab and German Shepherd) and I simply cannot imagine my dog ever being lost. She could be in a park miles away and I would be confident she'd know her way home.

How do these dogs even get lost? Do they run away or something? The owner isn't capable of watching over a small dog?
I've wondered the same myself. Knight is my first and only dog, I can confidently say that I'm not worried about him getting lost. He's such a baby, the fucker can't even be in the backyard by himself for very long, he's always gotta have someone there with him. Lol. And no, he doesn't suffer from seperation anxiety, he's just a bit of a dipshit.

Sorry to derail your thread OP. So glad your friend found her doge!
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Hopefully it knows it way back home
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She has been found, thanks for the lookout guys. There was a client who was over and the client left the gate opened and poor Coco just sped off. That's all i know
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These lost dogs seem to happen too often and as far as I can recall, they've always been small dogs. Can someone tell me is it just the nature of the smaller dogs?
We have a chihuahua, and our front yard is not fenced in - it's completely open. A few months back during the summer, she slipped out of the front door while we were coming inside without us noticing. Maybe 10 minutes later, I hear her faintly whining... and then realized it was actually coming from outside. She was sitting outside the front door whining to come back. So glad she isn't the type to wander off, because there was absolutely nothing stopping her from running off to explore the neighbourhood.
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