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Unhappy My "friend" lost my dog - March 27th 2014, 03:27 PM

She took her out for a walk while I was sleeping and came back 30 mins later telling me she can't find the dog. We went out and searched for her and some neighbors on the next street over said that a woman saw my dog in the street, asked if it belonged to them and then drove away with her when they said no. How could she let this happen? Why wasn't she watching my dog? She claimed that she was "texting" when it all went down. How could someone text for so long that all of that could of happened right under your nose and you don't notice? Her story doesn't add up. She had a guy outside with her. I bet she was fooling around with him instead of watching my dog. And why didn't she have on a leash? Now my dog is stolen. Who knows if I'll ever get her back. My friend is dead to me. But I have hope. What should I do?
   
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Re: My "friend" lost my dog - March 27th 2014, 03:51 PM

Hi there,

I'm really sorry that your friend caused this and can't even imagine how it would feel to lose a pet like this. I agree that she's not a very good friend and I don't think you'd be overreacting if you never spoke to her again.

As for getting your dog back though, can you speak to this neighbour who saw someone drive away with your dog? Perhaps you can get a description of what the person and the car looked like and report this to the police.

I hope you manage to get your dog back, good luck with finding her


   
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Re: My "friend" lost my dog - March 28th 2014, 01:29 AM

I'd put up posters and such, with a picture of your dog, in order to alert your neighbourhood about your lost dog. I'm not sure how much the police would be able to help for lost animals, but it's worth a shot.

With regards to your friend, I think you need to talk to her about what happened. You need to be calm and keep your cool, but you need to tell her how disappointed you are with her behaviour. It is clear that your dog is very important to you, and regardless of what she was doing, she was careless and irresponsible. If she doesn't realize this and take some kind of responsibility, then she's not a very good friend to have.

For the future, I'd suggest thinking twice before leaving your pet in someone else's care. I know that she's a friend, and it seemed like you can trust her, but sometimes these things happen. In order to prevent them from happening in the future, take extra special care of your pet and be a little bit more possessive.

Good luck finding your dog.


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