DO YOU KNOW THIS GUY?
Dog Found In Middle of Newburg Road Wants to Go Home
Updated at 8:19am 2/1118 - Posted by Durand Now at 5:47pm 2/10/18
WE LOVE DURAND.
Brooke Wheeler

UPDATE: Reunited!  This guy found his way home after his people spotted his photo on a community website for lost pets.  Thank you for sharing!

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This handsome fella was wandering down the middle of Newburg Road just west of New Lothrop Road on Saturday afternoon.  He's friendly but quite timid.  He is very clean and appears to have recently gotten a manicure.  Or, maybe it was a pedicure.  Okay, maybe it's just that his nails were recently cut.  In any case, it appears he has owners who love and care for him, and he wants to get back home to them.  He was not wearing a collar.  Do you know this guy?  Give Brooke a call at 810-347-1061.


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Posted by Durand Now at 8:37am 1/27/18
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Helen Howard, Executive Director of Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee, has informed Durand Now that an area couple are in a tight spot. The caregiver and They need help with the following: repairing a ceiling, repairing a heater so they can use the washing machine that was frozen last week in a room with no heat and repairing flooring that has heat lines in it.  If you are interested in helping the family, please call the Respite Volunteers office at 725-1127.