My beloved tiny rescue toy poodle, Lucy, slipped out of our fenced-in yard when my boyfriend looked away for a moment while I was at work on March 1, 2019 in the Levy Park neighborhood of Tallahassee.
After searching all weekend with the help of amazing friends and volunteers, I hired a pet investigator from Pet Search and Rescue, who came to Tallahassee on March 4, 2019 with tracker dogs to track Lucy's scent. Her trail ended at the intersection of Tharpe and MLK. We think that it is likely that someone picked Lucy up, perhaps to save her from busy traffic. This person may not know that Lucy has a loving home and that our hearts are breaking because she is gone.
I am asking everyone to be on the lookout for Lucy; she may still be in Tallahassee or she may have been taken several hours (or more) from Tallahassee; we just can't know. Lucy is a merle toy poodle (black, gray, and white) with very unique markings (see photo). She is almost 4 years old, weighed 8lbs at the time of disappearance, was wearing a pink harness with a tag (with my phone number) and is microchipped.
If you see a toy poodle who matches her description, please call me immediately at 412-855-4889. I am still optimistic that I will find my sweet, scared little girl and bring her home. I am offering a $1,000.00 reward (no questions asked) for her safe return. I don’t care why she has been away for so long, I just want her to come home.
Thanks so much for your support!