|Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 11:44 pm
Post subject: Harley - Found - Sad News 4/2. Buffalo,NY
|Update: April 2 - Thank you very much to everyone who has tried to help find Harley and crossposted for Harley -
Very sad news, Four young boys riding on ATV found him deceased on the railroad tracks by Niagara St/Peace Bridge. It's terrible and so sad his life end that way so short because of careless Husband who didn't hold on to his leash.. He said he let the leash go. It was not an accident. It would have never happened if he listened to us. The truth, this should have not happened ! He said "Dogs have legs, they run away, and all you can do is look for them and hope for the best". If it was an accident, it would be a different story.
Please Help Harley - He is Lost - He got away from his new potential family, Eric and Molly Burt, shortly after we left him there on March 3rd , he disappeared from their yard. The last time he was seen, he was wearing a Green collar with Gold Rabies Tag, he also had a choke collar and leash on him. The leash may still be dragging with him.
He was in the area of Niagara St / NY-266 - River Rd / Roswell Av in
Update 3/7 - Harley has moved on to Buffalo City, he was last seen on Hampshire St/ Niagara St heading towards to Peace Bridge and Downtown. He is still dragging his leash.
Update 3/16 - We recieved a call, a man said he just seen our ad. He saw Harley earlier in the week, he couldn't remember what day. He was on Main St near Fairfield. That area is near Canisius College, Sisters
Hospital and Delware Park. He said he was dragging a leash and he tried to get him as he was in the road, heading towards the city.
There hasnt been any calls since 3/16
It's very well possible he may be trying to find his way back to his home he knows in Albion.
Please Keep an eye out for him.
He is sooo scared of new people,. Please Do Not Approach him, Please,
please do NOT chase Harley if you try to get him or chase him it will
only make it worse, he will run for his life because he is so scared.
He has never been on streets before or on his own before.
Please call us at 585 - 798- 9018 , 716- 649- 5998 and 585 - 298-4735
with any sightings of Harley. These numbers are emergency numbers only for Harley. Thank you.