Dog gone


Missing.
For four days.
Naughty runaway beagle.
Sad children missing her.
Lonely Spoon missing her.
Missing her soft ears.
Missing her sneaking cake.
Missing her sneaking onto our beds.
Mabel is missing.
Mabel is missed.

25 comments:

  1. Oh no! How awful :( I hope you find her soon. Someone let our dog out of their yard this morning, we were thankful they had a play and then cam e straight home to us safely. It is not a nice feeling and in your case someone nice might have popped her in their yard for safe keeping x

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  2. Very sad :-( Will keep an eye out around the area and keep fingers crossed for you.

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  3. We have a beagle too. Ours can usually be found outside Dominoes pizza, as we live in the city...she'd love the countryside. Hope she's back soon safe x x x x naughty beagles!! x

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  4. Oh no. I hope she returns to you and your family. It's such a terrible feeling when they go missing :(. x

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  5. I have such a mushy soft spot for beagles, this makes me so sad for you guys. Wishing she is returned to you all safely.xx

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  6. Oh no, that is terrible news. Once, we woke up with a beagle in our fenced and locked backyard, as if she had always been there. We still have no idea how she got in, perhaps she was wondering the street nearby and someone put her in our backyard, thinking she belonged there. We found her owner the next day, and all was well. I hope she finds her way back to you. x

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  7. Good luck. They're such a part of the family, aren't they?

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  8. I hope you find her safe and well.

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  9. This is very sad - I hope she sniffs her way back home soon. We have a beagle x cavalier and they are such wanderers!

    x

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  10. oh no michelle...this has made me so sad. i have all my fingers and toes crossed for your lovely mabels speedy and safe return.. xo

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  11. Oh no, I hope she's found safe and sound! How sad. Kellie xx

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  12. Oh dear, it's such a worry when pets go walking. I'm sure she will follow her very clever nose back to you soon. xx

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  13. I'm so sorry Mabel has gone awol again, I can't imagine how awful it must be for you all. Here's hoping she comes trotting back soon.

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  14. Oh no :( I'm sure she's missing you too. I hope she'll come back home soon.

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  15. very sweet. I have two naughty beagles. I hope she finds her way back to you xx

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  16. A big smooch & lick to you all from a very worried Princess Lulu. Come home soon Mabel.
    Millie xx

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  17. Oh no, not good news at all!! I hope she finds her way back quick smart! Mel xx

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  18. I hope you find Mabel soon. I will keep an eye out for you

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  19. I hope nothing happens to your dog and she's in a good hand right now.

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  20. Fingers crossed she finds her way home. I know that awful feeling of 'dog gone'. I wonder if Beagles in particular have a wanderlust, as a child I used to know one who lived down the hill from us, and he was regularly seen wandering the neighbourhood and doing his rounds. Everyone knew him...his name, rather appropriately, was Frodo.

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  21. That is very sad to hear :( I hope she is found soon- I'm sure a beagle would stand out if wandering alone on the street, so hopefully some kind person will pick her up.

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  23. OUr neighbour lost his dog for 2 weeks. It had made its way from franklin to Ranlagh. we thought it was a gone -er - due to snakes or what have you. owner had put signs everywhere and eventually it was found (due to a bit of luck other than the obvious). had a few ticks but ok. There is hope for your little doggy! I wish you all the luck to get your doggie back.

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  24. Has she come home yet, Michelle? Hope she is safe. Bonnie wandered off once when we moved to Blackheath. It took us the whole day to find her. She was folllowing some kids with a ball, while Steven was washing hs car. Then, she couldn't find her way home, but managed to walked up to the village centre and into a chemist store. The store call the local vet to report a lost dog, and they call us.

    Have you reported and left a number with the local vet and local council? Hope someone will find her and bring back to your family.

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