Nova was trapped on 07/22/2020. She was missing since 06/05/20 from the area of Lockville Road in Dallas. She was extremely skittish of people and just arrived from Puerto Rico.
Zoey lives in Pittsburgh but was in visiting with family in Lattimer when she became frightened and jumped a fence on Sunday, July 12. Below is Zoey’s capture video from this evening. She is such a skittish dog, but is also gentle and sweet.
Thank you to the guys at Lattimer Machine & Fabricating Company for letting us use your property to feed and trap Zoey. Thank you to Zoey’s family for trusting us to get her back home safe and sound.
Thank you to my wonderful friend Denise for setting up the camera last night at the food station and for setting up the trap with me today for Zoey. I’m so thankful for your friendship. Maybe someday we can actually eat dinner together again. And thank you to my hubby for always loading my traps into my truck so I’m ready to go and for always having my back.
Welcome home Zoey, stay safe!! you pretty girl.
Zoey’s Capture Video
Buddy’s capture video from Sunday, April 26th. He went missing from Lower Demunds Road in Dallas on 04/08/20 and made it all the way to Centermoreland where we trapped him. This boy covered some serious ground with his leash still attached.
Special thanks to the Williams’ for letting me use their pavilion as a food station and to trap him there. It was pouring rain almost the entire day on Sunday. You can hear how loud the rain was in the video.
Welcome home sweetheart, you Buddy!!
We just trapped this handsome fellow this(03/10/2020) morning. He escaped from his rescue in Dallas. We were asked to help him yesterday. I saw him 2 times last night and he got my food station not even 10 minutes after I set it (I didn’t see him until after he ate the food). He was really hungry and thankfully found my food very quickly.
We moved and set the trap, but only a kitty showed up throughout the night. But, thankfully this morning shortly after 6 am he showed up to the trap. I knew he would be back as he wiped out the food station as he was starving. He took awhile to go in and explored the trap. But, he is safe now and has a full belly. Poor boy is so scared and confused right now and rightfully so.
you Oreo, stay safe buddy you handsome boy. He will be up for adoption after his vetting and once he is posted we will share to find him a wonderful home that he deserves.
Thank you to the wonderful neighbors that helped load him into my truck very early this morning and for allowing me to invade your property yesterday and early this morning. Thank you Jeff, Chrissy, Bill, Sue and her hubby. You are all wonderful caring animal lovers and didn’t hesitate for a moment to let me use your property or to offer a helping hand to lift him.
Here is Cookie Pies’ Story
Cookie Pie went missing from her home in Hazleton on 02/24/20. On 03/02/2020, Cookie Pie went into our trap. We were contacted by Robbie and Jessica. Tracey spent days going door-to-door handing out flyers to neighbors asking to call if anyone sees Cookie Pie. One of the homeowners Tracey talked to earlier called her Sunday night and said she thought she saw a small poodle on her porch. She ran away after the homeowner turned her porch light on. We asked the homeowner to leave her alone we will come up. We jumped into the car and headed up that night to set up our trap and wireless camera. We, unfortunately, had no action that night, but the next day was a little different. Tracey and our friend Denise were driving around looking for little Cookie Pie with no luck. They decided to take a break and head out for dinner. While at dinner they got a notification that something was by the trap. It was Cookie Pie, she walked around the trap and then in and out. Tracey and Denise hurried up and left the restaurant to head to the trap location. On the way, Tracey got another notification, this time the trap was closed and Cookie Pie was now captured. Now Tracey likes to surprise people so, right after Cookie Pie went into the trap, Denise and Tracey loaded her into the back of Jeff’s car and drove her back home. Tracey asked the owners to come out with a fresh scent item because she wanted to replace the one that was near the trap. First, the husband Robbie came out to the car and Tracey asked, where is your wife?, He then went back into the house and then Jessica came out by herself. Tracey then asked for them both to come out and then opened up the back of the car. You can watch what happened then with the video on this page…