This Yorkshire terrier named Nicholas was found in Howard Feb. 6. Somehow he arrived in Wisconsin from Arizona
An Arizona woman is expected in Brown County this week to pick up her small dog one month after it turned up in Wisconsin.
A local animal control officer took Nicholas, a Yorkshire terrier, to the Bay Area Humane Society on Feb. 6. The humane society says the dog was found wandering the streets in Howard. A check of the dog’s microchip showed it was registered to Linda Baldazo. The officer called Baldazo, who said her dog had been missing for a few months. She last saw it playing outside in her fenced-in yard.
Baldazo is scheduled to fly in to Austin Straubel International Airport Friday afternoon to pick up Nicholas.
The humane society says it has been trying to get Nicholas back to Arizona for the past few weeks. A return flight was scheduled for Feb. 10, but the weather on that day was too cold for the dog to travel in the cargo area.
Morgan Bogle is offering $5,000 for the return of her pit bull, Sugar, who was lost when a dog walker apparently went bonkers.
It’s every dog owner’s nightmare.
An East Village woman entrusted her beloved pooch to a neighborhood dog walker while she was on a business trip — and he lost the pet in the cold, she told The Post on Tuesday.
“I’m absolutely devastated. I want my dog back. I seem like I’m holding it together, but I’m not. I’m on the verge of a complete breakdown,” said Morgan Bogle, 33, who owns a vegan fashion company.
Bogle said she trusted her longtime dog walker to care for her sweet pit bull mix, Sugar — a rescue animal she adopted in The Bronx four years ago — while she flew to London on business last week.
But the man flipped out while she was away, kicking the front door of her apartment Monday while shouting and swearing, witnesses said.