No sightings... no leads. The little white Coton de Tulear... just
From Karin... tracking Abby.
With no credible sightings we started the dog team from the point of escape. Cade began
the case and headed to the west. He tracked a 1/2 mile crossing streets and checking for scent as he went. He quickly continued
down the paved hillside. Just before the third intersection, the big brown dog stopped and turned back to a house on the east
side of the street. He tried to get into the yard from street side. On the night Abby disappeared, the dog sitters had followed
her and then lost her in this area. When we knocked on the door, no one was home but the decision was made by a friend of
the homeowners to allow us to enter the property. We proceeded down the side yard and Cade alerted towards the basement garage.
I saw a flash of white... and a small dog clambered further into the basement and climbed up behind some old appliances.I brought the pet owner around and had him look in between
the appliances. He excitedly said that it was his Abby! I shut the pet owner and the dog inside the basement and... waited.
Within a few minutes Abby came out from behind the junk to her happy Dad. All was secured and she was transported to the car...
and to the waiting arms of her family.
Great story... great
ending but here's a note about shy and frightened dogs. All the yards and homes in that area were searched by Abby's family
and friends... including that basement... and Abby never made a sound or came out. The family at the home also did not know
the little dog was in their basement. Again the old adage... when a STARS dog is missing... many times they hear but do not
respond to their owner's calls.
Good job Cade and Welcome home