An Anmore family searching for their lost puppy in the Caulfeild area of West Vancouver are asking for help in locating the six-month old Labrador.
Garry Mancell was driving home from Squamish this Wednesday when he had an accident near Caulfield area of West Vancouver. Maisie, his six-month old puppy, panicked and ran out of the car into the west bound lanes on the Upper Level Highways. Mancell’s daughter is a veterinarian in Squamish and Gary was driving back to Anmore after having Maizie neutered.
“She has an incision and stitches. She is not supposed to be running,” a concerned Mancell said. Maisie has a collar on and a leash, and there has been a sighting near Almondel Road and Woodcrest Road this morning, he said. Some residents have seen her running across the street and he is hopeful she will be found soon.
The family have also hired a professional dog tracking company from Surrey to help them find Maisie. Mancell said he would encourage people to call them if they see her, but not run after her. “If you see the puppy, please give us a call. She is very timid so please don’t run after her,” he said.
Mancell said he was thankful to Caulfeild residents for allowing him and his wife to walk through their yards and helping them in the search. The family was in the area all day along with some friends and is planning on camping tonight in Caulfeild to carry on the search for Maisie.
Garry can be reached at 778-991-1847, or at 604-512-0957