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lost dog near Hinkley CA

Discussion in 'Northern California' started by jeffz0rz, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. jeffz0rz

    jeffz0rz [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Cross posting this from a hunting forum.

    Question for hunting out near Hinkley, CA - Calguns.net

    Was out there near end of Hinkley Rd. by Opal Mountain and at about 11pm on Friday night my 8 month old lab mix ran off. Of course we scoured the hills, no luck. About 6 miles from those homes on Hinkley Rd. My g/f came out with flyers she made and we put them out all over, she is extremely distraught.

    I believe Chukar and Dove season opens 10/20 out there.

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    Here is what I need:

    Does anyone know what heavily watched forums out there exist where I can post up to make any potential hunters going out there aware to look for either my dog or his remains and please contact me if you find them? of course I would love him found alive, but I think if a hunter finds him a week from when he is lost, outlook is slim.

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    Of course, we have flyers up, spoke to neighbors, posted at the market, the church, middle school, all shelters, BLM, rescue services, craigslist, etc. We are offering a $1,000 reward too, so I think if someone finds him, they'll want to get him back to us. My girl is such a sweet chick, she went out and created a FB page for him and all. Hey, every bit can help, right? cant say it would hurt. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bring-...41629025872696


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  2. brian

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    wow, a really cute dog. Best of luck to you and Cooper. Dogs are smart, I'm sure someone will find him!
     
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    I posted this on the duck hunting forum I'm on..

    I have a black lab bred to hunt that celebrated her 1 year birthday today, Oct 15... She's a bit crazy herself so I can only pray I never have to be in this situation - best of luck to that guy and his four legged best friend.
     
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    Not a hunter, so I'm afraid I can't help in that way. I just wanted to say don't lose hope. About three years ago we had a man go missing with his black lab. He has never been found, presumed dead in a rugged area in the mountains above Big Sur. The reason that his vehicle was eventually found, and the general area that he was in became known, is because the dog eventually wandered out of the hills and up to someone's house. He and his owner had been missing for a month. He was apparently pretty skinny when he was found, but he recovered and went home.

    I'm sending positive thoughts your way.
     
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    Best wishes, wish I could help. Don't give up.
     
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    Jesse hunting and outdoor forum..LOTS of california hunters there!!

    good luck!
     
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    looks like a thread over there already..

    put it in the upland bird hunting section.
     
  8. jeffz0rz

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    spread the word fellas. lets get this pup home.
     
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    word on the street is, pup was found, and is home safe now.
     
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    Fuck yeah!
     
  11. Shauncho

    Shauncho Embrace your inner Bro-ness

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    man I sure hope he was found. I don't even know what I'd do if I lost either of my bitches.
     
  12. jeffz0rz

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    you must be confused. this guy lost his DOG. not wife/mistress.
     
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    Shauncho Embrace your inner Bro-ness

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    oh...well that changes everything. :)
     
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    ha.

    there was someone who lost their boxer (i think) at superstition earlier this year. dog was gone for a week or 2 (again, i think). owners were out there posting flyers, searching, everything. ended up getting a call a week or 2 later from some woman in ocotillo wells saying the dog showed up on her door step. thats a decent distance to travel on no food and water.
     
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