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Local Resident Seeks Help in Finding Missing Dog

The dog, Paris, went missing from Libertyville this week.

Editor's Note: This local resident asked if we would share this information about her lost dog. We are always happy to help! Please be on the lookout for her dog, Paris!

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From Tracy Crane:

Paris is an 8-year-old sheltie female who went missing on Tuesday 12/18 from Libertyville. She is a bit skittish around strangers, so we're asking that people do not chase her. It's ok to call for her, but only if using a calm, sweet, almost child-like voice, otherwise she'll get spooked and run away. She has tags with her name and my cell number, and is microchipped as well.

Please check under porches, in sheds or bushes, or other places where a dog could hide to stay warm. All the area police departments have been called, as well as animal control, so people can call 911 or my cell (847) 508-5590.

Rob Goddard December 22, 2012 at 01:39 PM
www.helpinglostpets.com is a National Lost/Found Pet Registry, It's free and it's map based. When a pet goes missing our members in the area are alerted.
teresa December 23, 2012 at 02:46 AM
Go to lake county dog pound. Frieds dog went in there with tags!!! They never called him.... he stopped in byy chance 2 months after he ran off. He had been pi8cked up the day by te county the day he was lost!!! Don't trust anyone ... overworked ,underpaid, shift changes... visit often!
Rob Goddard December 24, 2012 at 05:27 AM
Hi Teresa, That's why we are working to get shelters to list found pets. We provide our services for free to shelters and can integrate with their current systems so it's not any extra work. It's not acceptable that someone should have to visit a shelter every few days for years.
Rob Goddard December 24, 2012 at 05:30 AM
Here's the listing for Paris http://www.helpinglostpets.com/petdetail/?id=40331
Tracy Crane January 03, 2013 at 02:34 AM
Hello - I'm very happy to report that, after 11 days, Paris has been found and is now home with her family! She made it all the way to Wheeling where she was spotted by residents who contacted the police who were able to pick her up and take her to the Wheeling Animal Hospital. The animal hospital scanned her chip and contacted me right away. We are so thankful for everyone's help and support during the time Paris was missing! -Tracy Crane
Brian L. January 03, 2013 at 02:39 AM
Awesome! Thanks for the update.

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