Help! We live on a farm. Last night two beautiful young dogs showed up. Male and female, about seven months old approximately. They are short haired, smooth coat, all white, with one black spot covering the right eye on male and left on female. I can't find the breed to let animal shelter and neighbors know. The male wouldn't come to us, I'm afraid he may have gone into the timber and the coyotes have been abundant this week, but the female is sweet and friendly. We will have her picked up by humane society tonight or morning, since she's still hanging around the house and my cats are terrified of her high energy. My Yorkie is going balistic as well since he's very possessive of my attention. There are some small black spots around her ears under the main coat. She is thin like a greyhound, but much smaller. The prominent identifying mark is the black spot over eye. Does anyone have any thought as to what breed she is, so we can notify public areas as to where to find their lost dog? So far, nobody has reported them missing in our county. Thanks!
Her nose is kinda long, tail has been snipped, smooth,short hair. I took a picture of her and am in process of printing out posters to hang up with info on how to find her. Animal control picked her up today. She is so sweet and full of energy, I hated to give her up but the chickens haven't come out of their house in two days! She wouldn't hurt them, just curious. The cats are relieved she's gone, though they were beginning to stay on the ground with her presence this morning. Thank you for the info. If I can figure out a way to post her picture with this, I will. Thank you!
In a farm area there is a good chance of the dogs being either smooth-coated Jack Russell Terriers/Parson Terriers or rat terriers. These breeds are small, short-coated and have a lot of white in them. They are between beagles and chihuahuas in size.
She turns out to be a fox terrier named Fritzi! The owner called last night on the off chance we'd seen her. I can't understand why it took him 5 days and he hadn't called animal control yet, but regardless, the male made it home and we gave him the info on where to pick up Fritzi. Hopefully, he'll keep closer tabs on her now! Thank you