Friday, October 3, 2014
LOST DOG! Henley is Missing!
Bergenfield, NJ — Have you seen Henley the Weimaraner? This sixteen-month-old male grey Weimaraner was staying with a relative in Bergenfield, NJ when he bolted out the door, possibly after a rabbit, at 1:00 a.m. on September 21, 2014. There have been two sightings that night, but none since.
Henley is shy, and may run away if you approach him, so if you see him please call 201-456-0640 with a location. Henley is also enrolled with the AKC Reunite pet recovery service (1-800-252-7894 or www.akcreunite.org). A reward is offered for his safe return. Updates and leads are being shared via Bring Henley Home on Facebook and through the hashtag #BringHenleyHome on Instagram.
On Tuesday, September 30, a professional canine tracking team joined the search for Henley. Those dogs immediately picked up Henley's scent from the area of one of the sightings and headed north for miles. As a result, the family is concentrating the search in Northern Bergen County and possibly Rockland County, especially in the towns of Oradell, Haworth, RiverVale, Paramus, Closter, Westwood (NJ) and Nanuet, Nyack and Spring Valley (NY).
Henley comes from champion parents with hunting, agility and obedience titles, and his brothers and sisters will be shown at the dog shows in North Branch Park this weekend. But most of all, Henley is a treasured family member that has bonded closely with his owners’ autistic son.
Henley is from our Fast Times litter and we are all devastated that he is missing. Please help find him.