Dog gone


Missing for an hour

Ruben ran and disappeared

feared we had lost him.


by Scooj


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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

14 thoughts on “Dog gone”

    1. I think he was worried, and did manage to find his way back to the car (according to witnesses) but when he couldn’t find my wife he went off looking for her. Lost in Leigh Woods.

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  1. Ah! 😦 I can only imagine how that felt. Our bestia was missing for an hour one time too after he escaped, but in the town, not in the open. Father went to the radio to put up an ad, I searched around, and then he came home by himself. Later we learned that he crossed a busy road and went to play with a female dog on the beach. But of course.

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    1. Very worrying. If Ruben got on to roads he would not survive. He has zero road sense, and simply chases after smells and birds/squirrels. So we were lucky he was lost in a woods really.

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