A reader turns to Patch in hopes of being reunited with a four-legged friend.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Saturday, February 2, 2013
A local resident who found a lost dog near the intersection of Clatyon and Kehrs Mill roads has left him with the Chesterfield Humane Society.
A West County resident is hoping to reunite a lost dog with his owners and has posted a description and photos of the dog on the St. Louis Craigslist site. According to the Craigslist post, the dog was found the night of Jan. 30 in the Chesterfield/Ballwin area near the intersection of Clatyon and Kehrs Mill roads. He is described as a large, 75-90 lbs, with brown and tan coloring. “He is very friendly, but confused and lost, didn’t even bark,” the poster wrote. The dog is being held at the Chesterfield Humane Society at 17357 Edison Ave. For more information, call 636-530-0806.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Monte, a 14-year-old Chow, has been lost since July 28.
Monte, a 14-year-old Chow that Jackie Seigal's family has owned since he was a pup, has been lost in Chesterfield since July 28. The family is hoping someone has seen their lost pet. Jackie said the dog went missing a little over three weeks ago. "He's arthritic, he's hard of hearing, but he can really act like a young dog if he sees a squirrel or a bird," Seigal said. She's afraid he may have taken off after something and not found his way home. The family has posted posters around the Green Trails area of Chesterfield, including the Green Trails Mobil service station. "He's hesitant around strangers," she said. "He wouldn't go up and wag his tale and say, 'Take me home.' He's not the kind that would strike up a big friendship with …
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Three major St. Louis area animal shelters combine forces to help lost pets find their way home.
What happens when your pet goes missing? First, don’t panic. Why? Because 90 percent of stray pets in the St. Louis area end up at one of three agencies: the Humane Society of Missouri, the Animal Protective Association of Missouri (APA) or St. Louis County Animal Control. The Humane Society has three locations: Chesterfield, Maryland Heights, and St. Louis City. The good news is that these three animal protection agencies want to reunite you with your pet. They have teamed up to form STL Lost Pets, a website dedicated to helping animals find their way back home. “Strays are held for five days,” said Debbie Hill, the Vice President of Operations at the Humane Society of Missouri. Dogs who have tags or have been microchipped are given ten …