Grey Terrier Lost in Woonsocket

Have you seen this dog? His name is Max and he went missing near 630 Social Street in front of Lee's Coveninence Store on Saturday night.

Call 401-688-1200 if you've seen the dog or send an e-mail to: hq8h2-4357761330@comm.craigslist.org.

He's a young male and was not wearing a collar with a tag when he got lost.

He's about 12 pounds and a reward is being offered. 

Info via RI LOST PETS on Facebook.
Jay March 03, 2014 at 04:18 PM
Mike- Yes it's not really breaking news, but there is nothing wrong by using social media for a good cause. I hope the dog is found. Especially in this weather.
adrienne March 04, 2014 at 12:29 PM
This is breaking news when your pet is part of your family they are not just a dog or just a cat they become like one of your children they love you unconditional they depend on you for love and affection and this dogggg is my dog and I miss him very much I just would like to say to the ignorant person who feels this isn't an news alert your wrong obviously you've never loved a pet so much that you cried if they passed away or such as this case when they are lost thank you mark for posting my max you must know what its like to lose a pet and the pain and heartache thank you mark again god bless
adrienne March 04, 2014 at 04:50 PM
Max was found thank you to the Woonsocket patch and the Woonsocket police for careing enough for takeing part in his search God bless you all!!!!!!!!!
adrienne March 04, 2014 at 06:10 PM
Sad to report a false alarm it was not my max
Michael Dubois March 04, 2014 at 06:40 PM
Adrienne, I do hope that you find your dog. Sorry that it was a false alarm. Please don't take my previous comment harshly. News outlets tend to not classify there stories properly. Social media is a great tool to get word out to the public. I have both a dog and a cat and I have shared many post on Facebook for local lost dogs. I do not consider The Patch as a form of social media. It is supposed to be a source for local news. The Patch has a mechanism in place (breaking news feature) to get the word out quickly in case of urgent matters, such as: tornado warnings, missing child, dangerous person on the hunt etc.... Breaking news alerts on subscribers cell phones are just for this reason. If we start including missing pet alerts as breaking news, we risk losing the sense of urgency when a potential life threatening emergency were to come up the next time as a breaking news alert sent by The Patch. Once again, good Luck.


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