Photo of the Day: Lost – Loving Female Brindle Dog

By  //  April 1, 2014

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Lost at 520 and South Tropical Trail in Merritt Island

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA  — Below is a bulletin regarding a lost dog, submitted by one of our readers:

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Our sweet baby, Inca went missing on March 29 around 6 p.m. in Merritt Island, around South Tropical Trail and 520. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Our sweet baby, Inca went missing on March 29 around 6 p.m. in Merritt Island, around South Tropical Trail and 520.

We don’t live in the area, we were just out visiting friends and had to come home Sunday without her which was heartbreaking.

We have no real way to get her photo out there, other than through Facebook and I know a lot of people may not use social media for this purpose, and we are missing a large chunk of the population.

Every vet clinic, vet hospital, and shelter has been called, Craigslist and Brevardlostpets.com postings have been made. Now we must sit and wait for news.

Inca is very sweet, she loves everyone so I know she went right up to someone, or maybe into their garage or yard. She will come to her name, or “Inca Bug” if you call her. She also had on a brown collar at the time, with pink stitching.

She is a brown brindle mix breed, about 60 pounds in weight but medium height. She has some distinct features, like her wrinkles around her face, her broad shoulders, a long pointy tail, and her ears that look like bat wings. She has short, slick hair and webbed sort of feet.

Inca is very sweet, she loves everyone so I know she went right up to someone, or maybe into their garage or yard. She will come to her name, or “Inca Bug” if you call her. She also had on a brown collar at the time, with pink stitching.

She is microchipped, so as soon as someone takes her to any vet, they will scan her and we will be notified! I know people are wary of shelters, but the shelters already know about her, and we will be notified immediately when she arrives.

Even a simple phone call to a vet or shelter describing her will do, if you can’t make it there during working hours. But most vets are open before and after the normal work day, so please please get her in!

We love our fur baby dearly, and just want her back home with us.

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT INCA CALL 321-615-8111 or E-MAIL SpaceCoastDaily@gmail.com


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