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Monday, September 19, 2016

Youshi Is Missing From Laninger Creek Roulette

Yoshi is safely home


Thank You
The Ciminos

14 comments :

Anonymous said...

Is this the little guy that was missing once Before? Looks familiar hope he is found or comes home.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I believe Yoshi was missing before, pRay you'll find him

Anonymous said...

I think Yoshi is giving you a hint. Fence, tie out or maybe spending time with Yoshi... this makes what the 3rd time??? Human failure....

Sarah Cimino said...

Yoshi is safely home

Anonymous said...

For now

Anonymous said...

Get her a shock collar, they're really great for keeping you're dogs close to home, so happy you found her, She just likes to wander

Anonymous said...


Why? Why do you have to act like a two year old?

Anonymous said...

9:01 Your an ass. mistakes happen, yes human failure..don't you think these pet owners already felt bad enough. Funny how idiots like you get a power trip out of making bad situation worse. I'm sure your abundance of negativity will lead you right where you deserve to go.

Anonymous said...

Grow up people ! Things happen. Glad your pup is home safe. Also person making the negative comment I'm glad you are so PERFECT, maybe you could help build a fence or a run for the owner. Instead you would rather type crap on here.

Anonymous said...

8:15 guess what I'm not an A**. I'm a responsible pet owner. yes, mistakes do happen, but how many times do they have to happen before something bad happens. Maybe if Yoshi had a reason to stay in his yard he would. Maybe if the owners thought of this the first time Yoshi disappeared they would've prevented a second and probably a third and, hopefully not, a fourth time. If Yoshi go hit by a car whose fault would it be? The owner, Yoshi or the driver of the car. Then who is responsible for the emergency vet bills? I'm a forward thinker. I have crates for my dogs when I'm gone, I have fencing to keep them in MY yard and prevent them from wandering and possibly getting hurt or in trouble... Power trip, hardly. Just responsible...

Anonymous said...

I agree with you 100%, 2:52. Like my friend always says. "A dog is only as smart as its owner."

Anonymous said...

Amen 2:52, I 2nd your comment

Anonymous said...

I love my pets enough to not let this happen. I'd be so afraid that I would find them hit by a car. Invest in a fence so the dog has his freedom and yet is safe.

Anonymous said...

That picture looks like something from the 1800's, really cool.