Lost Lahasa Poo during Cedar Rapids visit

LOST Lahasa Poo while visiting C.R.

Thursday, July 24th approximately 5pm - while visiting family in Cedar Rapids our Lahasa Poo pup got loose from the door being left open. This occurred at Kirkwood Estates Trailer park near Hwy 30 in SW Cedar Rapids. She was last seen running across a field towards Kirkwood Community College.

She has recently been shaved with the long hair near her ears and nose and tail. She is white with tan and black markings. She weighs about 10 lbs. She was wearing a red collar with diamonds and has two tags connected. One tag is her rabies tag, the other is her Des Moines License tag.

PLEASE contact us if you have found this dog. Our home phone is: 515-288-0084 or cell phone: 515-577-9190. A local Cedar Rapids number is: 521-0500 (the family we were visiting).

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jack says ... on Saturday, Aug 2 at 9:47 PM

Did you call local shelters, resuces, or the pound?? That may help. Best of Luck. i hope dasiy gets home safe and sound!!

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