Wednesday, September 21, 2011


I could spend the rest of the week telling you about all the things Dutch got for turning 8. But there's something way more important I want to talk about instead. Her name is Daisy, she's lost and is kinda starving.

We saw signs about Daisy last weekend where we parked our car for the c
ow hike. Some ridiculously nice people named Susan + Bill made sort of treasure map so people can help look for Daisy.

On the trail, Susan + Bill left more clues. It's kinda hard to read Droid's picture, but the sign gives directions to Daisy's favorite place and a food bowl Susan + Bill have been filling. They also left their phone number so anyone who wants to help can join Operation Daisy.

I know it's really really sad to think about Daisy out there with the cows, hungry and lost. But it's also really really REALLY awesome that people like Susan + Bill took the time to try and help her. I mean, if I was lost and hungry I'd totally want complete strangers making treasure maps to help other complete strangers find me. Wouldn't you?

Yeah, I thought so.

Anyway.. my human called Susan + Bill to thank them for being so awesome and we volunteered to fill Daisy's food bowl on Saturdays. The sort of good news is Daisy found a friend and isn't so alone - but this means there are now TWO lost dogs living in the wild with the cows.

We'll let you know what happens on our first mission. And if there's any extra juju out there, please send it to Daisy and her friend in Wildcat Canyon.


Payton said...

It breaks my heart to think about all the lost dogs out there. In fact, it's hard to believe that some of our good friends were lost at one point too. We will send up some prayers for Daisy and her friend.
But you know, Pug, it also warms my heart that there are good people out there like Susan and Bill and your human that really care.

Barbara said...

Oh, that is so sad about Daisy. I hope she lets the humans catch her and take her to a nice house. It's really nice to know people care and are trying to at least feed her.

Maggie the Pug in Dallas said...

Puglet...seems this is the 2nd boxer that has been lost in your area...or am I not remembering correctly. Anyway, I am sad Daisy and the other dog are lost but happy there are wonderful humans out there like yours and Bill and Susan! That puts a pug smile on my face for sure. Sending BIG TEXAS juju your way...good luck on your first mission and let's hope success comes soon and they are both out of there soon!

Estelita said...

Puglet, they need a helicopter and see with special lens for find her. Maybe if can talk with somebody of arms force (sorry my english), they can help for find her and maybe other dogs that has been lost in this area.
Here, a dog has been lost in airport(she was on wild around airport)and the military man make like as "good trap with food" and every days he see. He made soo much "traps" on forest and obtained success (12 days after he found her!)and today the dog is at house sooo happy.
Poor Daisy. I hope that they found her soo fast.
A BIG juju for her.


Ollie said...

Lots of extra strength protection juju to Daisy and her companion. And some good luck juju to everyone doing so much to make this rescue happen. We're rooting for you!

Anonymous said...

The three of us are concetrating and focussing really really hard to send puggles prayers and special juju for a successful OPERATION DAISY search and rescue.

Roxi, Riley & Lea
Those Jersey Shore Puggles

God Bless people like Bill and Susan and your Human

Noodles said...

What a great PSA!!!! Now Daisy will get all kinds of help (I am a half-full kinds puggirl)!
Thanks for letting Blogville know. I will pass the word in my 'hood as well.
Love Noodles

Tamara Watson said...


Susan + Bill are super awesome! So are you for taking care of Daisy on Saturday.

Gracie the Agility Pug said...

Thank you for helping Daisy. My big sister, Snap, is a Boxer. So we think they're almost as special as pugs.

Prayers that she/he is captured in time. Might Daisy be deaf? Sometimes white Boxers can't hear.

THE PUGLET said...


You are right! If Daisy hadn't been seen, I'd start wondering about aliens.

THE PUGLET said...

Hiya Payton,



THE PUGLET said...

Barbara ~

I'm hoping the same thing. Living with the cows would be cool for a little while - I'm hoping Daisy comes to her senses and lets someone bring her indoors.

THE PUGLET said...


That is such a nice happy ending. I hope all the food we are leaving will work as a "trap" for Daisy's stomach and she'll let herself get caught :)

THE PUGLET said...

Thanks everyone for the double protection, prayers + extra juju!

THE PUGLET said...

Gracie ~

My first people had a boxer so I'm a huge fan too. My human wondered about the deaf thing too, since Daisy is white and skittish... but Susan said Daisy seems to hear OK.

Anonymous said...

The San Antonio Pug Pack is sending big fat whompin JUJU to help find lost Daisy.

I wish we lived closer we would help look for her and fill her food bowl..

Keep us posted Puglet...this gal has to be found.

Ellie, Emmitt and Eli from SA TX

COME ON... Calling all dogs and cats the run with the Puglet... concentrate hard...NOW and let's get Daisy found... Squeeze, Squeeze JUJU to her and she will be found. Squeeze tight !

Anonymous said...

Puglet, you have the biggest heart! Thanks for sharing this! We'll keep our thoughts and juju on Daisy being found. Thanks to all the wonderful caring souls out there!

Kellee the Caffeinated said...

Wow what a coincidence, we have a boxer that we have crossposted in Covina from Boxer Rescue LA named Daisy that has gone missing too... She is 14 years old =( Heart breaking!!! Sending good juju to both Daisys out there!!!!

Anonymous said...

OH, how super sad....maybe someone could stake out the food bowl, and capture her there a humane food bowl trap of some kind???...desperate dogs call for desperate measures I would think...we three N.Y. puggies will be praying real, real, hard for daisy and friend...and all the nice people helping them...:O)

Anonymous said...

Hi Puglet,
we also hope that Daisy will be found soon - thank you for helping her and also thanks to Bill and Susan.

Sending lots of juju and prayers over the big ocean,

Carlos Santana

bzgirl said...

Susan here of the Susan and Bill who first saw Daisy (and her companion "Delmar"). We thank you ALL for your words of encouragement and support. Clearly dogs rule and we humans gotta do everything we can to honor that. We haven't seen the dogs in about 2 weeks but we're still hoping they're out there getting the food. Fingers crossed we can save 'em!