Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The male Yorkshire Terrier was last seen near near 24 Mile Road and Schoenherr.
Romeo, a 15-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, has been missing since March 7 from his home near 24 Mile Road and Schoenherr in Shelby Township. He has a tan, black and gray coat, and standing ears. He was wearing a black collar with identification and a black and green sweater. The 4-pound, senior dog is deaf and has cataracts. Anyone with information on Romeo is asked to call 586-850-1365. For more details, check out the For the Love of Louie *Michigan Lost Pet Lookers* Facebook page.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
A young couple has decided to keep a lost dog found on 25 and Dequindre earlier this month and raise him as their own.
More than two weeks later and dozens of attempts to try and reconnect a lost Yorkie with his owner, a young couple has decided to adopt the adorable pooch. "We call him Georgie after Curious George because he got lost," said Nina Castellana, who found the lost dog on Sept. 10 outside her home on 25 and Dequindre while walking her own Yorkie Poo. Castellana said the tag-less dog was trembling with fear when she picked him up, but didn't appear to be outside for very long. He was well-groomed and mostly potty-trained, she said of the dog. The 21-year-old and her boyfriend, Sam Marino, have posted fliers in Shelby Township and Rochester, because the dog was found on the border of the two towns. They've also reached out to Patch in hopes that …
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Patch.com reader trying to reunite missing Yorkie with owner.
A Patch.com reader has gone to great lengths to try and connect a missing male Yorkie with its owner. Nina Castellana found the scared Yorkie on Sept. 10 in front of her home on 25 and Dequindre, which is on the border of Rochester and Shelby Township. "I was going to take my dog for a walk and he started following us," she said. "He didn’t actually want anything to do with me, but then he was following my dog so I picked him up." Castellana said the Yorkie was trembling, but didn't appear to have been outside for long because he was clean and recently groomed. However, he did not have a tag. Castellana said she notified each and every neighbor about the missing dog, posted fliers around the subdivision and Rochester, posted announcements…
Friday, September 2, 2011
Some good news, Shelby and Utica! A weeklong search for Rusty the Labradoodle has come to a happy ending.
Rusty, the 20-pound runaway Labradoodle that has been missing for more than a week after running out an open door at Shelby Township Groomer Wag 'N' Tails Dog Activity Center, has been reunited with his family. A couple leaving for vacation early Friday morning spotted Rusty outside their home on 28 Mile and Campground roads and called his owner, Sally Williamson, and the grooming center. Williamson, the search team and a nearby neighbor took her beagle for a walk in the area where Rusty was spotted and the beagle was able to sniff Rusty. Rusty was found playing and immediately ran into Williamson’s arms, according to Wag 'N' Tails owner Christine Fox. More than a dozen volunteers had joined Fox in the search for Rusty. There have been …