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Dave Harper (right) and friendAnimal Hotline is a nonprofit community service for lost/found pets in Placitas and Bernalillo
P. O. B. 812, Placitas, NM 87043
To report a lost or found animal, Call Dave Harper at 867-6135 or e-mail placitasrealty@earthlink.net

People with pets for adoption or sale should place a Signpost classified ad or consider a $5 donation to the Animal Hotline to run the information in this column. Lost and found listings and doptions for found animals are run in the column for free.

For lost/found pets in Placitas and Bernalillo, call Dave Harper at 867-6135


    LOST

DOG: Cocker spaniel, older female lost from Tunnel Springs Road, west of the Village of Placitas on March 13. Ten- to 12-years-old, has collar and tags. May have been seen near the Merc. #1766.

DOG: Female, white, spayed American Eskimo (Husky type). Lost March 23 from Enchanted Hills. 25 lbs. Spayed, microchipped. #1771.

    FOUND

DOG: Lab/Golden Retriever mix found on Highway 165, about 1 mile from I-25 in Placitas February 28. Puppy, 3-4 months old, male. #1765

CAT: Grey-and-white striped, tabby cat found south of the Village of Placitas on about March 20. Male, not neutered. Not full grown. #1770.

 


Animal News

 

Bark in the Park coming in April

The 2005 Bark in the Park celebration in Rio Rancho will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, on Saturday, April 30, at the Rio Rancho Sports Complex in High Resort.

Bark in the Park’s organizers are seeking sponsors, vendors, and organizations that would like to participate in the event. The sign-up deadline is April 15. Information and forms are available by calling Crystal McClernon, 306-0801, or online at www.abqdog.com/bip/home.shtml.

The theme for this year’s event is Play Ball—a favorite pastime of many a canine. Bark in the Park has already scheduled demonstrations in agility (an obstacle course competition), freestyling (dancing with your favorite canine), and carting (dogs pulling small carts)—to name a few. Organizations that would like to share their expertise through demonstrations or an information booth are invited to participate. Nonprofit booth space is available at no cost. Vendors offering products of interest to dogs and their owners are also welcome. Vendor booth spaces are available for $40. Food for two-legged and four-legged attendees will be available. The event is open to the general public and well-behaved leashed dogs. Adult admission is $5; children are admitted free.

 

 

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