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Monday, January 7, 2013

Boxer Running In Keating Summit Area

A person has reported to us that there is a young boxer dog that is brown with a black face in the area of the Starlite Inn or Bomb Shelter in Keating Summit. They were not able to catch it.  It is reported to be very thin. If It's yours, send a comment with info to contact you.

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

You know a person is from the Potter County area if he knows of or mentions the Bomb Shellter ......

Anonymous said...

this is the same dog that has been running around Port in the Ransome St. area since Christmas day. Obviuosly if he belongs to someone they are not keeping a close enough eye on their pet. He has no tags, thin... Would he be better off with a new family? He is very friendly.

Anonymous said...

HA HA I thought the same thing!!

Anonymous said...

I saw this dog. It does have a collar and some form of tag attached to it. It looked to me to be a chocolat lab breed.

Anonymous said...

no its a boxer my son seen it running with some coyotes by a camp by the starlite inn

Anonymous said...

We also saw the small boxer on Reed Run near the Bomb Shelter. Young dog,brown, very thin and was wearing a collar.

Anonymous said...

It is a female, very young, very thin and wearing a collar. I stopped her 4 times tonight and tried to coax her with food but she is very skiddish and wouldn't eat anything. She is still in the area between the Star Light/Bomb Shelter and Keating Summit, usually running in the road so be careful if you are in that area. I almost hit her coming into the Summit.

Anonymous said...

She seems skittish Please if its your dog and even if you don't want it at least let us have a name so we can try to catch it and give it a home before something happens to it!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

10:06, are you speaking to 9:49? If so, it is not my dog, I was attempting to catch her to get her out of the cold and fed in an attempt to find her owner or someone willing to take her as a forever home.