Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Lost Collie Alert

We were reading our chums at the "Collies Of The Meadow" and yesterday he had a post about a missing collie.  Dog Dad would be frantic if we were missing, so we wanted to send out an alert too.

Dixie has been missing since December 2, 2012 from Reidsville, Georgia. She went missing off of hwy 121 outside Tison, near Glennville GA. Dixie is a full blooded mahogany female Sable Rough Coat Collie girl. She was last seen wearing a pink collar with a heart tag with her name, address and phone number. She is 4 years old and has been spayed. If you have seen her or know of someone with a new dog that looks like Dixie please call Dixie’s mommy at (912) 334-9735.
Dixie’s 10 year old little girl misses her very much! There is a reward for her safe return. Please share these pictures with anyone you know.  More information pictures of Dixie can be found at

If the above number does not answer try Glendale Farm Collies at 478-454-5427.

Dixie Posing
Dixie Side View
Our thoughts and prayers are with Dixie and her pack. 

Essex & Sherman


Anonymous said...

Thank you for doing this our friends!!!!! You are the best!
God Bless You!
the collies and a very grateful chuck :)

Cowspotdog said...

we sure hope they find her.....did you post it on facebook.....we see a lot of dogs being found that way.

Sheltie Times said...

Sending out prayers that the dog is found quickly. We know Mom and Dad would be so scared if we were lost.


Reilly, we posted this for a friend. We hope Dixie's hooman posted to facebook, as we know they have this to at least two lost doggie sites.

Cynthia said...

I hope they find her! Our Quinn got out for two hours a couple of weeks ago and we were all in a panic! Dogs need to stay home!

Dawn said...

I can post it on facebook....will do that now.

Unknown said...

My buddy Kayak got scared by fireworks and was found safe 8 miles away, safe and sound. He was on the radio

Unknown said...

I meant that the people that found Kayak found saw him but didn't know he was ours until they heard about him on the radio