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In today's earlier article, we've shared the new LOST listings from Lost & Found Ohio Pets. There were so many animals lost and found this holiday season, that it required a second article in order to share the FOUND animals.
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Found 12/25/13 reddish dog with light muzzle, medium sized male. West Akron near Fairlwn Country Club. Specific breed - you describe to me. Deanna 330-835-3885
Found/Sighting: No photo Available. Wallbridge, Oh., Tracy Rd. area in a field near CSX, 2 small dogs running together. One small male was taken to the Wallbridge Police Dept. and the other ran and appeared to be a long haired Dachshund.
If you live off the Tracy Rd Area and are missing 2 dogs I was able to get one on a leash earlier tonight around 5. (called the Walbridge Police and they picked him up) Both were small dogs running together in a field near CSX they came up to our fence. The one I found was a male dog not sure what type just know it was a little guy.. It had a collar on, but no tags and looked well groomed very friendly. The other was a long haired dachshund seemed more scared and ran off. I went to every house in our neighborhood and nobody claimed him.