On behalf of Teddy and Teddy's owner Bea, (since I know she is short on funds right now because of what she spent already in trying to find Teddy) I'm asking if anyone would be willing to help pay for caller/mailer service to contact all the residents/businesses in the area that Teddy went missing from, hopefully someone would come forward with information.
There are two good companies to use
Neither I nor Bea have any kind of fund thing set up, I'm not sure what the best way is to collect donations to use for one of these services. Advice/help will be greatly appreciated.
I've been on the phone with Bea (who owns Teddy that went missing from the trainer's place) and I've also called some of the neighbors of cory the dog trainer. When the original thread started I thought for sure the dog was sold or dead, but after talking to people I think that it may be very possible that Teddy did escape from cory's place and is still somewhere in Pickerington, Ohio.
cory says Teddy went missing on November 27th, the last verified sighting of Teddy was December 16th. He may still be in that area, possibly someone took him into their home because of the cold weather but hasn't bothered to find his owner.
I live about 40 minute drive from where Teddy went missing. If he is sighted again then I can go out to where he was seen and try to get him. Unfortunately because I live on a very small budget right now, I don't have the money to spend on a lot of gas just driving around trying to find him. So I need to have a definite location to go to so I can afford to help in the search.
If Teddy is still out there, if someone in that area knows what happened to him, that person(s) needs to know that Teddy wasn't just a stray, abandoned dog and that his owner is still looking for him. If they knew that, then chances are they would come forward with information.
Even if the worst has happened to Teddy and someone comes forward with verifiable information that he has died, at least Bea will have closure in knowing what happened to her poor dog.