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Old 12-29-2012, 05:53 AM
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Hoping for good news tomorrow. I know you probably won't rest much, but please try, you'll need your energy for tomorrow.

Oh and, maybe try offering a reward of some kind on Craigslist, so if someone did
find her they see your "LOST" ads and have some extra motivation to give her back.
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I've used a few Victoria Stilwell techniques. They usually work well. Ill watch the video in the morning. I'm sure you'll find her eventually, I just hope it's soon. It would be awesome if they had GPS! Fingers crossed for you xox
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Gosh, I really hope she returns!!! Sending virtual hugs your way. Keep us updated
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Have you put it on facebook ? with a description or a pic
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Poor baby, praying for a safe return too xx
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Any news ?
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I can't imagine how you must feel right now. Bell's young right now and has never been outside so I don't know what she would do if she were loose. But I know inside the house she runs to me when she gets frightened, so hopefully that's the case when she learns to go outdoors. My parents have a Chi and one time we were at our vacation home in Florida (it has a nice big fenced yard). We usually just let my parents Chi outside and he runs around, plays, goes potty etc. He doesn't stay out long and we usually check up on him frequently. Well one time I put him outside and a short time later I heard barking. Of course I headed outside to see what it was. Well I got outside and saw a guest had carelessly left the gate wide open after leaving! Taco (my parents Chi) was standing just inside the open gate barking at it! He knows the gate is always closed and I think was trying to alert us that it was open, as I didn't see anything else around to bark at and he was standing right in the opening lol. Keep us updated! I hope your pup makes it home safely!
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P.S. I think the posters, especially around the apartment complex would be a good idea. If someone picked her up and isn't sure who she belongs to, hopefully they will see the sign and return her. If you can afford it, mentioning a reward for a safe return might also help encourage whoever has her to return her to you. Another tip I was told is to write on the poster that the dog requires medication. Even if she doesn't this helps to encourage someone who may be thinking about keeping your baby to return her, thinking that they maybe harming her health by not returning her.
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