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Dan Agnew

Found Dog

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We had a dog wander into our camp this morning. We checked with all the camps with anyone around and couldn't locate the owner. She is a sandy colored Shepard mix with no collar. She is safe at my house, but I would like to get her back to her home.

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No luck yet locating the owner. Still hoping that we hear something, but we left our number at the ranger's station and haven't got any calls so I'm starting to think someone just left her out there. I hope I'm wrong and the owner contacts me but I'm not holding out much hope. I know if I lost my dog, the first thing I would do is check with the rangers station and the other campers.

I'm in Vegas, but will be heading to the Apple Valley area this weekend, so if this is your dog and you can't make it to Vegas, I can bring her to CA this weekend.

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Good idea on the scan. We will probably take her to the vets later in the week to get a wellness check if nobody claims her, so first thing we will have them do is check for a chip. If nobody claims her and she isn't chipped, my next post may be "Help name our Dumont dog!" :)

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Post a pic on here. If you can't find the owner maybe someone will want to adopt her from DDR.

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My son is talking it over with his wife, he may take her. If not, my wife has said in no uncertain terms that she doesn't want a dog, so she will be put up for adoption. Here is a picture of her being mellow (something she seems to be)

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Thank you for being a good samaratan, being a dog owner I appreciate good hearted people like you all. Good luck with the vet and chip scan!

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You are right, she is a Malinois! I had never heard of the bread, but in looking at the pictures, she is definitely a Belgian Malinois.

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I have one. Great working breed. Most police departments use them amongst the shepherds of course and the military. Typically have a high drive, I say they are like shepherds on crack. Some call them maligators

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I'm checking with Desert SKYZ. She had two of these and one died recently. She might be interested in adopting her if she isn't claimed. Checking today!

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I WILL TAKE HER. I have raised Malinois for 20 years. Have shown and a competed in agility. I still have one. She is 13 + Please PM me. How old do you think she is?

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Maybe this is the drug dog and they left him to cruise camps. Lol. Of course I'm joking. I think it's awesome you did this!!

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Maybe this is the drug dog and they left him to cruise camps. Lol. Of course I'm joking. I think it's awesome you did this!!

:laughoff:

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I have one. Great working breed. Most police departments use them amongst the shepherds of course and the military. Typically have a high drive, I say they are like shepherds on crack. Some call them maligators

I called my male a Maligator. LOL

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I have a female mal and she is pretty big for a female then a red sable shepherd he is prob 90lb. Both are about four. I love them, gotta keep them busy. Did your dogs do Schutzhund work?

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My son is talking it over with his wife, he may take her. If not, my wife has said in no uncertain terms that she doesn't want a dog, so she will be put up for adoption. Here is a picture of her being mellow (something she seems to be)

2012-11-05%2017.57.21%20cropped.jpg

Good looking dog!!

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I have a female mal and she is pretty big for a female then a red sable shepherd he is prob 90lb. Both are about four. I love them, gotta keep them busy. Did your dogs do Schutzhund work?

Trained briefly with Metro K-9 and North Vegas Vise then I decided that having 3 little girls with 3 little friends each, who may or my not walk in and out of my house at any giving time might be a problem. So I didn't do much bite work. I could still call my my male to "Take it" and he would. But Birthday parties and such were to much commotion and always a problem. Malinois hate things that are not under control. Thats what ya get when ya have a Mal. LOVE MY MAL'S. What fun it would have been to get an IPO just not enough time or training experience to do that. But all my dogs were titled. :)

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