Thursday, April 11, 2013
Prior to being captured, the puppy was seen in various other locations around Hellertown.
Update: As of Thursday evening the puppy has been reunited with his owner. A stray puppy was found Thursday at about 11:40 a.m., the Borough of Hellertown has announced. The tan and white dog is a neutered male of an unknown breed. Although he was found at 1123 First Ave., he was previously sighted in various places around Hellertown, "so he has been wandering," borough staff said. Anyone with information about the dog's ownership should call the borough at 610-838-7041 or police at 610-838-7040.
Monday, February 4, 2013
The position was discussed at length by Lower Saucon Township Council on Jan. 16.
Lower Saucon Township has announced that it is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Township Dog Control Officer. The position was discussed at council's Jan. 16 meeting, after Township Manager Jack Cahalan explained that Lower Saucon's relationship with the Center for Animal Health and Welfare--where stray dogs have been accepted for years--is tenuous. "This is a problem I guess all over Pennsylvania," Cahalan said. "The biggest problem is sheltering. There just (are) not enough facilities." Cahalan said the Center continues to have space issues, meaning that in some cases it is unable to accept stray dogs from municipalities with whom it has contracts. Before the township can attempt to drop off an animal at the Center--which…
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The male puppy was found at 1425 Main St., Hellertown, on Thursday afternoon. His owner is being sought.
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Thursday, November 15, 2012
Update: The borough announced at noon on Friday, Nov. 16 that the lost dog's owner has been located. A black male Labrador retriever puppy was found at 1425 Main St., Hellertown, Thursday afternoon. That address is near the intersection of Main and High streets. The dog's owner is being sought, and anyone with information about his identity should contact Hellertown Borough staff at 610-838-7041. Stray dogs found in the borough are temporarily cared for at a canine holding facility near the Walnut Street crossing on the Saucon Rail Trail.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
The Borough of Hellertown reported Thursday that a female yellow lab was found in the 1300 block of Easton Road the morning of May 23. The dog's owner is being sought.
UPDATE: On Thursday afternoon, the Borough of Hellertown reported that the owner of the lost yellow lab has been located. Anybody lost a puppy? Hellertown Borough officials reported Thursday that a female yellow Labrador retriever was found wandering in the 1300 block of Easton Road Wednesday at about 11am. The dog's owner is currently being sought. Stray dogs found in Hellertown are placed in a canine holding facility on West Walnut Street near the Saucon Rail Trail, where they are cared for by borough police until they are reunited with their owners or adopted by new families. Anyone with information about the identity of the yellow lab should call the borough at 610-838-7041 or the Hellertown Police Department at 610-838-7040.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
The black male puppy was found in the vicinity of High Street on Tuesday morning.
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Tuesday, May 8, 2012
A male pit bull puppy was found in the vicinity of High Street in Hellertown Tuesday morning, and its owner is being sought, the borough announced via email. The puppy is described as "friendly" and is black in color. Anyone with information related to the dog's ownership should contact the Hellertown Police Department at 610-838-7040 or the borough office at 610-838-7041. As of this year, stray dogs picked up in Hellertown are cared for by police in a small kennel near the Saucon Rail Trail on West Walnut Street, until they can be reunited with their owners or found new homes.
Monday, March 12, 2012
The pup was found in the 1000 block of Northampton Street, Hellertown, over the weekend.
The Borough of Hellertown hopes to reunite a dog found in the 1000 block of Northampton Street over the weekend with its owner. A photo of the small white dog with tan ears was posted on Hellertown Patch's Facebook page Monday morning. Anyone who recognizes the dog or has information about it is asked to call the borough at 610-838-7041. Pending reunification with their owners, stray dogs found in Hellertown are cared for by the Hellertown Police Department in kennels near the grist mill on Walnut Street.
Friday, January 13, 2012
Hellertown police say the dog is a male Shih Tzu.
UPDATE: At 10:30am police reported that the owner of the lost dog had been located. Hellertown police are seeking the owner of a lost dog found on East High Street in the borough on Jan. 12 at approximately 9:10pm. Police announced Friday that the dog is a male Shih Tzu. The dog is black with a little white on the front, they added. Anyone with information about the dog's ownership should contact the police department at 610-838-7040 or the borough at 610-838-7041. As of Jan. 1, stray dogs picked up in Hellertown are no longer taken to the Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Williams Township. Rather, dogs are now temporarily cared for in kennels that have been constructed near the Wagner Grist Mill on West Walnut Street. Information …