Errol, NH – In the afternoon on November 11, Ella Gordon went inside of her home to prepare meals for her four dogs.
Though her dogs were unattended for a mere 5 minutes, it proved just enough time for them to find a spot in the fencing where they could escape (a recent storm eroded part of the ground in one area).
Thankfully, two of the dogs quickly came home.
But the same cannot be said for the remaining two dogs – Bear and Beauty.
Three nights ago, Gordon got the phone call that she did not want to receive…Bear was hit and killed on the road just a 1/2 mile from her home.
The remaining dog, Beauty, is still on the run.
Beauty has been sighted since, but she is very afraid to come out. I have hiked, posted flyers everywhere, contacted police, game warden, wildlife refuge, animal hospitals, shelters….you name it I have covered it. I have purchased night vision gear to go out tonight and hike the trails in the area she was last seen. I feel she may be resting during the day and active at night. Where she is believed to be is an area where she cannot get back to my house via the woods.
Gordon’s description of Beauty,
Beauty is 3 1/2 years old. Mostly black with some brown underneath her body with some white on her chest and paws. She is about 60-70 pounds and medium to large in height. I live in Errol, NH….about a 10 minute drive from Maine, 40 minutes from Vermont and less than an hour from the Canadian border. I need help.
If anyone spots Beauty, please call 603-482-3766. Do not try to chase the dog – she is frightened and will likely run away.
Rest in Peace Bear. Condolences to Ella Gordon for her loss (and wishes for luck in finding Beauty!)
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