Just a few hours North of Toronto, Brian Jones is waiting patiently to hear news of his two golden retrievers, who were last seen on March 2nd while playing in the front yard in Coldwater, Ontario.
Rosa, 18 months, and Diego, 9 months were both purchased in Mexico where the Jones’ reside in the winter months. Jones advised the dogs did not have collars on at the time as they get caught in the wire fence. The dogs were spayed/neutered and Diego is micro chipped.
The incident was reported to the Ontario Provincial Police, who says these types of thefts are not common in the area, but believe the dogs have been stolen.
Jones has spend approximately $3000 in his search for the dogs, even hiring a “dog whisperer” and a mentallist from the US, as well as putting up posters. A $1000 reward is being offered for the dogs.
The dog whisperer says the dogs have been stolen, and were brought “North” , “to a community that starts with the letter T” and will be returned.
Full story from The Barrie Examiner here:
I sincerely hope Rosa and Diego are returned home safely.
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Update: Shortly after posting, it was announced on Rosa and Diego’s Facebook page that the dogs were located at the bottom of a pond on the property. So. sad.