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June 28, 2015

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Johanna GGG

A friend of mine recently told me how great her dog was at helping her to connect with people in the neighbourhood. How awful for her to be missing - so glad you made the right connections to find her.

ajdster

So glad she's found. I've been crazed searching for my four-legger - a Beagle. Who tends to follow a scent .... out the neighbourhood and into gator land. Glad your's is home.

Elizabeth

Poppy looks very pleased with herself. It's awful losing a pet. I remember, in my twenties, walking into a police station after my dog had been stolen from outside the library and I couldn't stop crying. The police thought I was mad and despite crazed leafleting around the suburb, we never found her.

lucy

johanna: amazing neighbours! i am blown away. i suspect it is 'cos country australian people really do love their dogs.

ajdster: GATORS!!!! oy. beagles are so clever, but gators are super scary to anyone, even one with an excellent sense of smell...

elizabeth: i am so sad about your story...a dog was stolen from the shopping centre i werk near some years ago, and i remember the woman who belonged to her being absolutely inconsolable - darling, i am very VERY sad for your loss. who the hell steals a dog? bloody cops. they need to grow a little compassion!!! x

Wendy

Oh! I'm so glad she's safe! Ear licks from me and Marco too. X

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