A puppy that went missing Wednesday night around 7:30 p.m. may have spent the entire evening wandering around in the woods.
A good samaritan found Teddy, 3-month-old German Shorthaired Pointer, Thursday morning near Lake Lagunitas and brought him to the Ross Police Department.
Until his rescue, Teddy's owner, Meredith Loring, had been worrying about her lost pup. She had called the local police departments and posted a notice to the Patch boards.
She said Teddy was covered in ticks and was extremely exhausted on Thursday morning when she picked him up for the Ross Police Department.
"Happy ending, but Teddy has a new nickname as a result (Trouble)," Loring wrote in an e-mail to Patch.
Original article posted at 8:30 a.m.:
A 3-month-old German
Shorthaired Pointer has been missing since 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night from their
new home on Upper Road in San Anselmo. She posted
about the missing pup in our boards section.
“We often walk to downtown San Anselmo with him, so he may have been picked up between here and the town hall by someone,” Loring wrote in an e-mail to Patch. “We’ve contacted all of the ‘usual’ places about him already.”
The pup, named Teddy, is “extremely friendly” and weighs around 30 pounds. If he’s found, you can reach Loring at firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 922-7173.