Clover, our spunky, loving labradoodle puppy has been missing for over a month now. Our family is truly grateful of people across the North Shore and beyond and want to sincerely thank all of you for all the support and efforts so far! Please don’t stop! We miss her so much!
Although we initially believed that Clover may have fallen and drown in Mosquito Creek above Montroyal Blvd near the first waterfall, we have done a thorough search of the water and surrounding area multiple times and have found no evidence of this.
Scent tracking dogs have gone through this same area twice with no luck including a search by Fell Ave and 19th/20th to look into a possible sighting.
We have personally hiked up and down Mosquito Creek everyday including hikes up Cascades, Dreamweaver, Executioner to Mountain Highway, across Baden Powell and Powerline trails east and west and south to the Mosquito Creek marina and along Lonsdale Quay.
Others have hiked and searched in these same areas, with no luck.
Posters are still up in these places and we will continue to update and replace as needed.
Our Clover is friendly, loves people and other dogs. It makes no sense that she would just run away without approaching someone. We’ve run through so many scenarios in our minds…did something spook her to cause her to run? is she hiding? is she stuck somewhere? did a coyote get to her? did someone take her?
Our last hike together was on a sunny, Monday afternoon with a friend and another dog that we would often hike with, on our usual trail and so close to home. Why didn’t she find her way back? It feels like there are endless possibilities.
We ask you to please continue and to not forget that Clover is still missing. We still have hope and believe that we may find her.
Keep the search alive and going! Reward of $4,000 – no questions asked!
Sharon Gradin lives in North Vancouver
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