Our family is looking for help in Knox, Waldo and Lincoln counties in helping us to find our missing four-legged family member, Duncan. He went missing on December 25 from Route 90 in Warren, when he got loose through our invisible fence. He is a 4-year old, tan, 110 lb. bullmastiff/Rottweiler mix, wearing a collar and an invisible fence device.
He was seen on December 25 on Carroll Rd. in Warren between 8:30-10:30 a.m. (near stop sign at Tolman Rd. intersection); and on December 27 around 8:30 p.m. on Rt. 131 near the Warren Community School.
There have been no further sightings as of January 1. He may have now traveled several miles from these earlier sightings, no doubt looking for food and shelter, so we are looking for the community’s help in expanding our search area.
I want to thank everyone who has been helping us try and find Duncan.
Our five children and Glenn and I miss him very much as it is not the same without him. He is a big part of our family. I feel so blessed to live in the community that I do because everyone has been trying so hard to help us find Duncan, whether it be posting his picture, putting up fliers, hiking the local trails, aerial search (thank you Penobscot Island Air) or giving us ideas on where to find him or ways to get him home. The folks at Maine Lost Dog Recovery have been so incredibly supportive and encouraging. Hundreds of posters have been put up throughout the roads and businesses in Warren and Union.
We appreciate all the positive feedback on our post on the Midcoast Message Board and we have had so many people sharing Duncan’s picture and doing everything they can to help get him home to us. I would like to send out an extra special thank you to April Berry who has gone above and beyond to help bring Duncan home. Thank you to Shari Closter as well for all of her help to find Duncan. We have his Lost Dog flyer posted on the Maine Lost Dog Recovery Facebook page and the Midcoast Message Board Facebook page.
We need your help. If you can share his Lost Dog flyer on your Facebook page and with your friends; put up flyers (in plastic sleeves) on poles at major intersections in all of the local towns surrounding Warren; check your sheds, chicken coops, wells, and buildings; place flyers at entrances to all local snowmobile and hiking trails; and listen/watch for any unusual barking or activity in the areas in which you live.
If you have any information or sightings, please do not call out or chase/attempt to catch Duncan – call Renee immediately with any sightings at 207-691-3943 or 207-542-0827.
Thanks again everyone for your support and help in finding our beautiful boy. Tomorrow is another day and I am hoping it's the day Duncan finds his way home!! We love and miss you Duncan, please come home safe!