Friday, July 10, 2015

Houston TX: LOST German Shepherd "BULLET" in SPRING BRANCH Ran during fireworks July 4th

To: gailc
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2015
From: "Hohle, Cindi" <>
Date: July 8, 2015 at 4:17:38 PM CDT
Lots of folks live and work in the Spring Branch area and I'm hoping you can help.

I saw these "Lost Dog" signs today along Kempwood, between Gessner and West Sam Houston Tollway.  Kempwood runs right through a neighborhood whose street signs show from the 10200 to the 10600 block of Kempwood, 77043.  Houston Christian Academy is at the end of the street and the tollway – I remember helping to rescue a stray at the school one summer several years ago.  With school closed, it's a great place for a dog to hang out.

I called the number and found out the dog has not been found yet, and I let the owner know about BARC.  I also told him I thought there was still a Spring Branch Lost and Found Pets site on the net, but I'm not sure if that is up and running anymore.

Dog got out in the fireworks on July 4th, a nightmare for so many animals.

He is a 4-year old German Shepherd, named Bullet, and he's wearing a Camo collar but no tags or microchip.

Hoping someone at BARC can check the system to see if a shepherd has arrived since July 5th? 

Dog responds to both English and Spanish.  Dog is very friendly, but owner thinks he's probably pretty scared right now, he has not been lost before.

Please post this dog wherever you think it might help, and especially to your Facebook pages, or any Lost and Found pet sites, that "My Neighborhood" or something like that, site, etc.

If you live or work in the area, please keep your eyes open for Bullet.  Phone numbers are on the flyer – I spoke with someone at the first number.

Hopefully Bullet and his family can be reunited.  Thanks for your help.

Cindi Hohle