Gracie is Missing- Please Help!

Gracie is our 2 year old Formosan Mountain Dog who was rescued from Taiwan and brought to the US. We were coming home late last night so a friend came over to feed and let her out in the yard. Something spooked her and she leapt the 6 foot fence. She was last seen at 2nd & 142nd in Burien. We’ve been walking all over the neighborhood calling her but she
hasn’t come home yet. She is wearing a blue and orange collar with tags and she is chipped but she is so skittish that I don’t know if anyone would be able to catch her. If anyone hears anything or spots her anywhere, please call me!

Inga Duncan Thornell / 206-459-6963

Update: Just after we posted signs, I got a call from a nice woman who stopped cars on Ambaum to help Gracie cross. She said she was running flat-out and headed South toward 152nd.  We just papered that area with signs and tomorrow, when they are open, I can canvass all the vet offices. Thank you everyone for the great suggestions. I have posts on FB, craigslist, Home Again. Keep those ideas coming!

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6 thoughts on “Gracie is Missing- Please Help!

  1. […] One of the first things you notice in a campground is the humongous condo-style motorhomes, a close second is the number of dogs. Yes, dogs love to be in the woods so close to the trees and the dirt and the rabbits hopping around. But I think even more than that, it is the easiest way for people with dogs to travel. If you think about it, the alternatives are pet-friendly motels, boarding or friends. Pet friendly motels are difficult to find and many only take small dogs. Contrary to what you may think, you can’t leave the dogs in the room and actually go out to dinner. Most “pet-friendlies” have policies that you have to be in the room with the pet at all times. You could board your dog but then you are worrying if the place really looks like what they showed you or if they just have a couple of nice runs for show. Then there is the way we usually do it, either travel separately or find a friend who isn’t on vacation the same week to stay with them which is so much more involved than arranging for a cat-sitter. In case you don’t remember, here is the week long saga of when our poor cat-sitter tried to check on Rob and Gracie for us and Gracie got so goofy about seeing a man come in instead of us that she jumped the 6 foot fence and went missing for a week – Gracie is Missing. […]


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