A dog with a dark fur coat was just one of the many strange and wonderful animals found during the search for the body of the beloved dog.
The search is over.
But it’s a sad story that’s worth remembering for the people who found her.
For those who missed the original story, here’s what you need to know about the story: A dog found at the site of a missing dog was the dog’s mother.
The dog’s body was found a week later.
The body of Dalmatian was found in a shallow grave.
“The Dalmatians were very cute, they were a little bit playful, but not aggressive,” said the search team’s leader, Keith Purdy, a retired retired police officer who spent his career with the Vancouver Police Department.
“They were a very gentle breed.”
Purdy said it’s unlikely that Dalmaties would bite a human.
They have an excellent sense of smell and their fur is dark.
They’re also big dogs.
“If you’re a dog who’s a bit more aggressive than a dog that’s a good indicator of something is wrong,” he said.
“I mean, a dog’s got to be a little more aggressive and it’s very rare that you see that.”
Dalmatian’s owner, Linda McElroy, is now searching for answers in the case of the dog she adopted from the Vancouver Humane Society.
McElroy said she has two other Dalmatics and has taken in Dalmatia’s brother, a pit bull.
She said she and her husband were not the first people to find Dalmatie at the scene of the tragedy.
“We found the dog about two hours before they went missing,” McElry said.
She said they found her dog’s remains about 20 minutes after the dog was first reported missing.
“We knew it was her because she had a collar on her neck and she had this little mark on her face,” McELry said of the marks.
“It was a dark mark on the side of her head, it was like a circle.”
McElry was a little skeptical about the Dalmati’s cause of death.
However, the dog belonged to the shelter where she was employed.
She’s not sure why she didn’t get a search warrant or what happened to her dog.
“It wasn’t until after I found out about the case that I started to get a little uneasy,” she said.
“I wasn’t sure if this was a sign of foul play.
I don’t think I would have been able to find it.”
McEllroy said they were not sure how the dog ended up at the shelter.
“The shelter wasn’t open, so we went in there and checked to make sure she was OK,” she explained.
“Then, we went to the police and they found out that she was missing and they immediately went to her and told her where she could go.”
McElvaney said her family has been through enough in their time of grief and sadness.
She said she still believes that her dog was involved in the accident and has since taken steps to find the dog.
McEllie said she was also looking forward to seeing the dog again in the near future.
“She will always be with me and I am always looking for her,” McEllie added.
“She’s going to be part of our family.”
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