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Lost Dog Nov. 13 Owens River Gorge…An online chronicle of a dog owner’s story.

Lost Dog Nov. 13 Owens River Gorge…An online chronicle of a dog owner’s story.

About a month ago, dog owner John Robinson, lost his 8 year old Queensland Heeler, Charlee in the Sierras. For the following 4 weeks, John shared the search for Charlee on Supertopo.com, a rock climbing forum online.

John had written on the site that he had last seen his dog at “2pm at the base of the Great Wall of China, Owens River Gorge.” He let the forum know that the collar she was wearing had her name and his contact information. A week went by and no word or sign of Charlee. John wrote on November 22, 2011, “Still no Charlee. Don’t want to give up hope but it’s been over a week now.” Any pet owner can relate to his post and feel the worried pain of searching for his lost companion.

Then the unbelievable happened. Charlee was found and he immediately shared it to the forum.

Dec 9: “Unbelievable but true. Charlee has been found. She was found yesterday by Ben Logan, found near where we last saw her near China Wall in the Owens River Gorge.

Hendrix's new music video, our neighborhood dog not Jimi

Hendrix's new music video, our neighborhood dog not Jimi

One of our neighborhood fans sent us this adorable music video of Hendrix, a 10 week old Teacup Pomeranian. We just had to share and are proud of our little guy. For more information on Hendrix, find him on Facebook, facebook.com/cutehendrix.

Dog Days by Alycia Johnston

Dog Days by Alycia Johnston

I am tired of it. Things like this always make me angry.

People in the world just have to have someone to pick on, if it isn’t racism it’s certainly some type of prejudice, and they have moved on to intolerance of animals. This intolerance is the very discrimination which my poor defenseless dog has to endure every day of her life. Whether it’s meeting a new person, attempting to change insurance or renting a house; all say that she is an immediate threat and the chance can’t be taken.