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CONTACT: 818-694-0740. I am checking my emails too.
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Again, please contact Subha at (310)838-4933 or Kristi at (818)694-0740
or
Eric at (818)261-6278 in Woodland Hills

*PLEASE CROSSPOST!!!!!!!!!!!!!*
My name is Kristi, and my family and I adopted our Shepherd Amara, in
July
2006. She is the love our our lives and well cared for! Amara was being
watched by my in-laws in Culver City - please contact Subha at
(310)838-4933.
Amara pulled out of her collar while on a walk Tues night, July 8th, at
around 8 PM at the Veteran's Park at Culver Blvd and Overland. She took
off
running and never looked back. Something spooked her and she pulled out
of
her collar and ran like a bullet without her tags or collar on. She
does
have a microchip in her shoulder. Although she is without her
collar/tags,
she does have a microchip, # 474800294F, with Home Again at
866-738-4324. I
have called them and filed a lost pet report. I left a message with our
vet
in Woodland Hills who put in the chip. I have called our trainer as
well.
The Culver City police last saw her at Washington Blvd and Inglewood
Blvd.
She is very skittish, scared of men/strangers and does not have a
collar on.

Amara was last seen several miles from my in-laws, past the 405 off of
Washington and Inglewood Blvd.
She might also attempt to go to our home in Woodland Hills, if at all
possible.
PLEASE HELP!! We love her so much and want to get her home safely. I
can be
reached on my cell at 818-694-0740. I am checking my emails too.
Again, please contact Subha at (310)838-4933 or Kristi at (818)694-0740
or
Eric at (818)261-6278 in Woodland Hills
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Please also send flyers to all the shelters and vet clinics in the area...post flyers and keep checking...

I wish you luck and hope you find your girl SOON. Judy
 

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AMIRA IS HOME!!!!!

She was found by a young girl who didn't know to have her checked for a microchip but saw the "lost dog" ad and was able to reunite Amira with her family.

After 3 weeks... A happy ending!!!
 
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