LOST DOG! Missing from the Havenwood Area of Lutherville

Leyla come home!
Leyla come home!
Please help us bring Leyla home.  She ran out when it started to snow and has not returned.   We think the snow may have confused her because it came down so quickly and she could not find her way home.  She usually comes back within 30 minutes if she gets out but not today and we are worried about her.   We searched for 3 hours and found no signs of her.   She is usually walked around the Ridgely Middle School field and we tried there with no luck.   Hopefully she scratched at someone's door and they let her in to stay safe and warm.   She is an 18 month old small Black Lab mix, 45 pounds, with short black hair except for a small white spot on her chest.   She had on a collar but no tags, but she is micro chipped.  If you have any information please call us at 410-308-2346.    She has a family that is worried about her.
Sydney Wheeler January 03, 2014 at 11:00 AM
Our dog Kaylee got out last year and we called dogs finding dogs, they were great and really did everything they cod to help us get kaylee back, which we did! Here's the website: http://www.dogsfindingdogs.com
Cindy Malloy January 03, 2014 at 05:48 PM
Meg putting clothing, sheets, etc is one of the first things that we recommend....to some it might sound silly but it does work/help! I've cross posted. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=785514241464812&set=a.783701394979430.1073741885.356873930995514&type=3&theater
Leslea Knauff January 03, 2014 at 09:00 PM
Put some of her favorite food out, too. I will re-share the post. I sent it out earlier but want to keep this active. I hope someone finds her soon!
Joanne D. Smith January 03, 2014 at 09:18 PM
I shared in Perry Hall and am praying to st Francis for your doggy's safety
Cindy Malloy January 03, 2014 at 09:57 PM
I just talked to the owner. She has been found but was hit and killed by a car. The person who accidentally hit her did everything she could do for her and the family has closure.


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