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UPDATE

“Dear PoPville,

A good samaritan jogger found Monty cowering on the side of the road and was able to capture him; another good samaritan pulled over to call us and help coordinate a pickup. We cannot thank them enough. After about 24 hours outside, Monty is back home safe, scared and a little scratched-up but unharmed. A huge thank you to everyone who kept an eye out for Monty overnight. We could not have found him without the help of our local community, who took the time to get a scared dog back home.”

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Update

Brittany wrote: “there’s been a woman looking for her lost dog through out the entirety of this storm by Cardozo medium sized dog named Cubby. My heart breaks for her. Please keep your eyes out if you’re in the area!!”

Kat shares a photo this morning and writes: “more pictures of Cubby – dog posted last night as lost in NW DC running north on 13th street. He’s 35 lbs, brown/tan with one white paw. He’s microchipped. Any information please contact me

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Update on Champ missing from Bloomingdale:

“Yesterday’s post resulted in 4 sightings of Champ! He is still alive and seems to be sticking around the golf course at the Old Soldiers Home just north of Washington Hospital Center. I was able to gain access to the grounds yesterday and came within a few feet of him, but he is so scared he would not come anywhere near me. He is still somewhere out there. The security team on the grounds has seen him multiple times and has even tried to capture him. I left him food at the spots I saw him and I hope he comes back there to eat. I hope he will stay within this fenced area until he is caught or his hunger grows stronger than his fear. If any of your readers were to see him (he has approached multiple dog walkers on the other side of the fence), any attempt to put a collar/leash on him would be incredibly welcome. He is very gentle and would not react aggressively. I am going to speak to the head of the campus security today to see if they will continue granting me access to the property to try to catch him. Not sure what my next move is exactly, but I have seen my dog alive less than 24 hours ago, so this is a huge development. If any of your readers can help or if they see him, I continue to ask them to call me at 202-420-0176. Thanks so much to the community for helping me thus far. I can’t tell you how much it means.”

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“Dear PoPville,

He broke his collar and took off running. The last I saw him he was running north on 1 St. NW and Rhode Island. He is an Airedale Terrier. He is brown and black and weighs about 70 pounds. I just took him from an abusive home and he is so scared of everything. He is very gentle and would never hurt you if you approach him. Please call 202-420-0176 if you have any information. $500 reward.”

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Update: Found!

From an email:

“Khmow is 16 years old and mostly deaf and blind. She went missing on Monday afternoon at the east edge of Rock Creek Park in SIlver Spring and was spotted Tuesday morning around 9:40 am entering Rock Creek Park at Oregon and Unicorn Lane. She has also been spotted in Chevy Chase DC, Colonial Village, and Hawthorne. She is very nervous but might be lured with meat or cheese. She has medium-length fur, a white muzzle, and black head and ears.

If spotted, please call the DC Animal Care & Control dispatch line at 202-576-6664 (option 1). ” Read More

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“Dear PoPville,

My friend was driving near Rock Creek Park in NW at 1:30am last night and came across a dog that had been hit by a car.

FOUND DOG!! Female brindle pit mix I think. Sharing in hopes of finding her owner as she had no tags or microchip. I was driving on Rock Creek Parkway near Waterside exit in NW DC last night around 1:30am and saw a dog on the road that had been hit by a car that was pulled over with its hazards on. The guy confirmed he hit her but didn’t seem to be doing anything about it so I put her in my car and took her to the vet where she is now. Read More

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